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TORONTONENSIS 



VOLUME LII 1950 

Published by 

THE STUDENTS' ADMINISTRATIVE COUNCIL 

University of Toronto 



Table of Contents 

Dedication 3 

Editorial Board 4 

Former Editors 5 

President's Address 6 

Coat of Arms 8 

Graduating Classes 9 

University College 10 

Victoria College 37 

Trinity College 67 

St. Michael's College 74 

Knox College 84 

Emmanuel College 86 

WyclifFe College 88 

Commerce and Finance 90 

Applied Science and Engineering 95 

School of Architecture 146 

Faculty of Medicine 151 

School of Nursing 160 

Faculty of Dentistry 161 

Ontario College of Pharmacy 173 

Faculty of Music 178 

Faculty of Forestry 181 

Physical and Health Education 186 

School of Social Work 191 

Pass Course for Teachers 195 

Occupational Therapy 196 

Physical Therapy 200 

Institutional Management 202 

Student Government 207 

Entertainment 243 

Publications 275 

Clubs and Organizations 287 

Hart House 333 

Residences 341 

Campus Life 355 

Women's Athletics 381 

Men's Athletics 407 

Fraternities 477 

Advertising 520 



THIS VOLUME OF 
TORONTONENSIS IS 
SINCERELY DEDICATED 
TO THE MEMBERS 
OF THE GRADUATING 
CLASSES OF 1950. 



Former Editors 



1898 — BuRRiss Gahan 
1899— G. W. Ross 
1900— E. H. Cooper 
1901— No Publication 
1902— F. H. Phipps 
1903— W. J. Bird 
1904 — E. A. McIntyre 
1905— W. N. HuTTON 
1906 — L. Buchanan 
1907— M. F. Dunham 
1908 — Claris Edwin Silcox 
1909— D. E. S. Wishart 
1910— G. M. Willoughby 
1911— R. C. Geddes 
1912— E. A. BoTT 
1913— P. T. DowLiNG 
1914 A. McLeod 
1915 — Herbert Turney 
1916 — Herbert Turney 
1917 — Herbert Turney 
1918— J. Bacon Brodie 
1919— H. G. Stapells 
1920 — Fred C. Hastings 
1921— Roy V. Sowers 
1922 — Everett L. Wasson 
1923 — Everett L. Wasson 



1924 — Ralph B. Cowan 
1925 — Warner A. Higgins 
1926 — Eraser W. Robertson 
1927 — George L. Roberts 
1928 — Wilfred E. Shute 
1929 — Maurice T. de Pencier 
1930— R. C. H. Mitchell 
1931— W. F. Payton 
1932 — Gordon Masters 
1933— S. A. R. Wood 
1934— F. W. PooLEY 
1935— J. K. Thomas 
1936 — Frederic Branscombe 
1937 — Frederic Branscombe 
1938— W. Caron Jones 
1939— John J. Henry 
1940 — Ralph R. Ireland 
1941 — Albert S. Mallon 
1942 — Albert S. Mallon 
1943 — Neil Byce MacDonald 
1944 — Harriet Leigh-mallory 
1945 — W. Hugh Kenner 
1946 — E. Ross McLean 
1947 — R. Louis Gentilcore 
1948— Harry L. Mills 
1949 — John B. Sullivan 



Editorial Board 

Torontonensis 1950 

William J. Raymond 

Edttor-in-Chief 



Margaret Cole 
Diana Cook 



Muriel Melville 
Joan Wilkinson 



Associate Editors 



James Cobban 
Audrey Dickie 
Betty-Jean Freel 
Joan Johnston 
Frances Lightbourne 
Elizabeth Mackay 



Joan Morrison 
Audrey Parrett 
Thomas Pezzack 
Patricia Quinn 
Loretta Stewart 



Assistants 

Ina Ciglen 

Cartoonist 

Peter Wade 

Photo Editor 

E. A. Macdonald 

Business Manager 



COLLEGE AND FACULTY REPRESENTATIVES 



Gary Ciglen 
Barbara Smith 
Ben Smillie 
Adele Palmer 
Art Cleverley 
Nancy Lefroy 
Jim Wiley 
Elaine Maloney 
Julia McCool 
Al Ross 
Ches Bugden 
Avonne Avery 
Mary Howard 



University College 
University College 
Victoria College 
Victoria College 
Trinity College 
Trinity College 
St. Michael' s College 
St. Joseph' s College 
Loretta College 
S.P.S. 
Dentistry 
Dental Nursing 
Occupational Therapy 



LoRNA Lett 
Robert Strom 
John Hazell 
Sid Faibish 
George Mann 
Elsie Babiak 
Marg Collie 
Marjene Clarke 
Malcolm McLean 
Elwood Morden 
Alan Wigby 
Ken Butler 
Dave Friesen 



Physical Therapy 

P.H.E. 

Forestry 

Pharmacy 

Architecture 

Music 

Institutional Management 

Nursing 

Knox 

Emmanuel 

Wyclijfe 

Medicine 

Social Work 





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-S you set forth from her halls, your Alma Mater says sadly to you Au Revoir, and 
wishes fondly for you, Bon Voyage. 



Perhaps the sentiments of your Alma Mater are best expressed in these familiar words 
of parting and of concern for your future. It is, however, traditional that year-books should 
contain homilies from oldsters to youth. Those sermonic behests, it is believed, are annually 
received with a show of respect prompted, it may be, by the patience of long-suffering or the 
politeness of good breeding. 

Many figures of speech are invoked for these exhortations. During the past fifteen years, 
1 have launched graduates as ships, 1 have raced them down runways until they were air- 
borne, I have set them forth on dusty roads as pilgrims, I have fired for them the starting gun 
in life's race, and 1 have compared them to saplings. For 1950, my theme is mountain 
climbing. 



Before I set your feet on the higher foot-hills, I express, on behalf of my colleagues and 
for myself, my gratitude to you for all that you have brought to us, not the least of which has 
been the contagious spirit of youthfulness. We have been privileged to grow younger with 
you as you have grown older with us. In that happy partnership, the University and all of us 
have been benefited. 



You have set for yourselves summits of attainment. You will now continue your climb. 
You will find the footing difficult. That will not discourage you as you realize that you must 
gain from difficulty experience for the higher reaches. You will be undecided on occasion 
about the path to follow. Yet you will not be daunted as you pause and seek the counsel of the 
master guides of all ages and climes whose acquaintance you made in the University. The 
light will sometimes be poor, yet you will be unafraid as you use the lamp of truth. You will 
often be alone but you will not be lonesome as you recall the abiding fellowship of those from 
whom you have learned. You will not suffer for long from the cold as you call on the warm 
friendship of class-mates. May you keep your balance as gusts of prejudice, bigotry and 
superstition beat upon you. May you find shelter under the Rock of Ages as avalanches of 
fear crash down the mountain side. 

The higher you climb the harder you must strive. You will not turn back. May you 
never be so successful that you will stop trying. As you attain one peak you will see new ranges 
of achievement beckoning to you. 

As 1 write this message on New Year's Eve at the mid-century mark, I would pray that 
graduates of the University of Toronto should scale during the next fifty years the mountain 
tops which, at a Yuletide over a century ago, Tennyson saw. Those peaks are still unoccupied- 

"Ring out false pride in place and blood. 

The civic slander and the spite; 

Ring in the love of truth and right, 
Ring in the common love of good. 

Ring out old shapes of foul disease; 

Ring out the narrowing lust of gold; 

Ring out the thousand wars of old, 
Ring in the thousand years of peace." 





The Coat of Arms of the 
University of Toronto 



Azure two open Books and in base a Beaver all proper, upon a Chief Argent the Koyal 
and Impertal Crotvn also proper, and for the crest on a wreath of the colours an Oak tree 
proper stemmed and fructed Or. 



CI HE crown indicates not only that the University was founded by a Royal Charter granted by 
King George IV in 1827, but also that the original foundation was called King's College; the 
books are for learning, and the beaver, which is the emblem of Canada, is for the industry which it was 
hoped should always characterize the members of the University. 

The Motto is taken from Horace's Odes, Book 1, No. 12, lines 45 and 46. The complete line is 
"Crescit occulto velut arbor aevo". Translated literally the motto would be "As a tree, may it grow 
through the passage of ages"-^ 



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The Graduating 

Classes 





University 
College 



W. R. TAYLOR 

M.A., Ph.D., D.D., F.R.S.C. 



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T has fallen to my lot to express to you on behalf of myself and the members of the College 
our congratulations on the completion of your courses of study which have covered the 
greater number of the post-vi'ar years. As we salute you in farewell we join with our saluta- 
tion the hope that you will come back to us often in memory or spirit, if circumstances do 
not permit you to return in person. 

Graduation involves for each of you matters that to a large degree affect your personal 
happiness and success during the rest of the years of your life. In the University the factors 
which governed your progress from year to year were in a large measure of your own making 
or within your direct control. But now the factors that determine the course of your careers 
will often seem to be unaccountably stubborn, sometimes elusive, and rarely subject to your 
direct control. In other words, there comes into play in your life a large element of what 
people rightly or wrongly call luck — good luck or bad luck. But in the final analysis if we are 
rigorously honest, we shall admit that nine times out of ten our so-called luck lies not in our 
stars but in ourselves. Some strength of character, some virtue of high purpose, some quality of 
goodness accounts for our good luck, while timidity, vanity, indolence and want of adapta- 
bility or all of them co-mingled in various proportions account for our frustrations in life. If 
you read the literature of biography you note that most persons who have worth for us were 
not favored by good luck at the start or for that matter at any time in their careers, but they 
took pains early to extract success out of bad circumstances. They never surrendered the 
struggle to the mortifications, the disappointments, the irksome tasks of life nor to its graver 
and grander sorrows. They remembered and sincerely believed in the wisdom of the old 
proverb "Never chew your pills". 

When we leave College most of us go out into the world with high resolves. We believe 
that the world is waiting for us; and so it is. But in the course of the years we must beware lest 
we part from these resolves, lest we bury them one by one until there is nothing left of the 
form of the person we meant to be. The saddest lines of English poetry are those of William 
Watson, written in retrospect: 

So on our souls the visions rise 

Of that fair life we never led: 

They flash a splendor past our eyes; 

We start, and they are fled; 

They pass and leave us with blank gaze 

Resigned to our ignoble days. 

My wish for you at this time is that you may never, never part from that ideal of yourself 
that beckons you out into the world beyond these College walls. 4" 



10 



A Message From The Permanent Executive 



/f DMITTO TE IN GRADUM". With the benevolent intonation of these words the 
Chancellor will ring down the curtain on our career as undergraduates. These have 
been active and exciting years for us and for the whole University. 



The huge enrolment and the infusion of large numbers of veterans have given rise to a 
period of unprecedented vigor at all levels: in the many crowded lectures, debating, Lit. and 
W.U.A. meetings, Hart House at noon, Whitney Hall Formals, the Follies, the Arts Ball, and 
all the many facets of a great University. 

This year the Arts Ball and the Reed Trophy have returned to the College, an operetta has 
been performed, "amalgamation" has loomed and faded, and yet another student from 
University College has won a Rhodes Scholarship. 

We have done much. Yet out of the confusing welter of activities there emerges, along 
with the many nostalgic memories, the quieter realization of the ideas and ideals we have 
encountered and evolved as undergraduates. These are the most significant gifts of the Uni- 
versity — these we hope to retain. We must strive to apply them in our lives as our real tribute 
to the University and as a recognition of our indebtedness.-^ 




R. A. F. Sutherland, President; ].\t<E Hill, Vice-President; Barbara Smith, Secretary: 
J. A. HoOLiHAN, Treasurer; Joan Irwin, Toronto Counsellor. 



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SHIRLEY PATRICIA ADAMS, Toronto 

English Language and Literature, Humberside C.I. 
III. 

DONALD GRENVILLE AIRHART, Toronto 

General, Humberside C.I.; Photography; Beethoven. 
Future: — Post grad at U. of T. 

JOAN K. AITKEN 
General. 



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The Undergrad 



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MARJORIE KATHLEEN ALKINS. Toronto (4) 

Classics, Riverdale C.I.; Classics Club I-IV; Vice-President IV; 
Polity Club III-IV; Production Manager The Undergrad III, 
Future: — Post graduate Work. 



NORMAN ALLENTOFF, Toronto 

Chemistry, Harbord C.I.; University Chemical Club. 
Future: — Post grad, U. of T. 



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EVELYN ALTMAN, Toronto (6) 

Philosophy and English, Harbord C.I.; Hillel; HilIeI.SVr!ft,; Editor III; 
Intercollegiate Zionist Federation of America; Film Society. 
Future: — Hebrew Teachers Institute, New York City. 

HUGH JAMES ANDERSON, Toronto (7) 

Pass, Central Tech.; Varsity Christian Fellowship I-III; President 
U.C.V.C.F. II. 
Future: — Journalism. 

CAROL ELIZABETH ANDISON. Toronto AAA (8) 

Philosophy and English, Oakwood C.I.; Philosophical Society III-IV. 
President IV; U.C. Softball I. 
Future: — Post grad work in philosophj. 



WILLIAM N. ANDREWS 
Pass. 



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MARGERY lANE ARMSTRONG, Port Credit, Ont. H B * (10) 
Biology, Port Credit High; Basketball I, III, IV; Hockey III-IV; 
Biology Club I-IV, 



RONALD E. ARMSTRONG 
Pass. 

MARY FRANCES ATKINSON. Ottawa, Ont. 
Pass, Glebe C.I. 

Future: — School of Social Work. 

DONALD R. AUSTIN 
Pass. 

SIDNEY IVAN AXLER, Toronto 
Pass, Bloor C.I.; Hillel MIL 



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RON.A.LD ARTHUR AZIZ. Toronto (IS) 

Mathematics and Physics, Vaughan Road C.I.; Mathematics and 
Physics Society I-III; Helped organize and manage three businesses 
while at school. 
Future: — Will retire in five years. 



FREDERICK R. BAILEY 
General. 

RUSSELL HOWARD B.AILEY, Toronto 
Pass, Rehab. 

EDW.'^RD GORLEY BAIRD, Toronto 

Pass, Scarboro C.I.; Swimming; Life Saving. 



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W.\LTER GEORGE BAKER, Toronto (19) 

Pass, Oakwood C.I.; U.C. Swimming and Water polo Teams I-III; 
Volunteer Swimming Instructor I-III. 
Future: — Law. 



SAMUEL IRVING B.\LTMAN, Toronto 
Pass. Harbord C.I.; Reporter The Varsity. 

.ALAN WILLL^M BANFIELD, Toronto 
Pass, Oakwood C.I. 
Future: — Open to suggestions. 

FRANK J. BAPTISTE 
Pass. 

GEORGE R. BARCLAY 

Pass. 

KIV.^ B.ARKIN, Toronto 

General, Harbord C.I.; Basketball U.C. 
Future: — Osgoode Hall. 



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MARION CONSTANCE BEAL. Hamilton, Ont. (25) 

Household Economics. Household Economics Club I-IV; U.C. 
Basketball II-IV; U.C. Swimming III; Varsity Aquacade IV. 
Future: — Marriage and residence in Pittsburgh. 



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EDWARD S. BKATIE 
Pass. 



GEORGI-: BEECROFT 
Pass. 



LAURA ELIZABETH BELT. Montreal. Que. 
Psychology. Fort William C.L 

JUDITH BERNSTEIN. Toronto 

Psychology. Oakwood C.I.; Psychology Club I-IV; 
President A * K IV. 



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A <1> E (29) 
Hillel I-IV; 



DONALD HENRY BIRTWISTLE. Toronto 
General. North Toronto C.I. 
Future: — Financial Rehabilitation, otherwise known as work. 

ALEXANDER S. BLACK! 
Pass. 

JAMES W. BLANEY 
Pass. 

LEON SAMUEL BLEVLS. Toronto 

Physiology and Biochemistry. Lawrence Park C.I. 

HAROLD BOCKNEK: 
General. 

FRANK C. BOESCHENSTEIN 
Physiology and Biocliemistry. 

WILLIAM BOGLE 
Pass. 



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JOHN MONTGOMREY BOLTON. Toronto (37) 

Pass.. Oakwood C.I.; Queen's Park Flying Club; Flying Convener I. 
Future: — Law. 

JOHN JAMESON BOND. Toronto (381 

Anthropology. North Toronto C.I.; President Baha'i Student Group 
IV; President Anthropology Club II. 
Future: — Anthropological field research.' Post grad at Toronto. 

ROBERT F. BONTAINE (39) 

Pass. 

ANN HAMILTON BOSWELL. Toronto HB* (40) 

General. Havergal College; French Club II-IV; Spanisli Club III-IV- 
Political Science Club III; International Relations Club III-IV; 
Social Representative IV. 

FREDERICK AURELIUS BOTTOME. Bridgeport. Conn. K i; (41) 
Pass. Harding High; U.C. Follies II-III; .'\I1-Varsitv Revue II-III- 
Players Guild III; The Varsilv III; Ski Club II-III; Riding Club II- 
III; Golf Club III; Flying Club III; Badminton III. 
Future: — Commercial Flying. 

DONALD COLLVER BRADBURY. Toronto (42) 

Political Science and Economics. North Toronto C.I.; Political 
Science Club I-IV; Modern History Club I; Studies Music (piano 
and theory) at Roya! Conservatory all years. 
Future; — Post grad in economics. 



JAMES R. BRADEN 
Pass. 



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DONALD LEE BRADLEY. Leamington. Ont. (44) 

Pass. Leamington High;U.C. Follies III; Political Science Club III; 
Hart House Bridge Club III. 

Future: — Future undecided; hope to get in the accounting or pur- 
chasing field. 



CLIFFORD PRESTON BRESNEHAN. Windsor. Ont. 
Pass. Lawrence Park C.L; Saturday Night Club. 
Future: — Social work. 



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CONSTANCE MAY BRODIE. Aurora. Ont. (46) 

Household Economics. .Aurora High; U.C. Players Guild III-IV. 



LIONEL T. BROUSE 
Pass. 



BURKE A. BROWN, Guelph. Ont. 
General. 



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MILTON BROWN 
General. 

SHIRLEY ELIZABETH BROWN. Toronto 
Pass. Etobicoke C.I. 

THERON BROCK BUCHANAN. Moose Jaw, Sask. 
Pass. Moose Jaw Central C.L; Basketball. 
Future: — Theology at Wycliffe. 

HERBERT ALFRED BUNN, Lansing. Ont. (52) 

Political Science and Economics. Earl Haig C.L; Political Science 
Club IV; Debating. 
Future: — Study Law at U. of T. or Osgoode. 

EUGENE BEVERLEY BURNS. Leaside. Ont. (53) 

Honour Law. Oakwood C.L; Law Club; Skiing; Marion; Music; 
Travelling. 
Future: — Osgoode Hall. 




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JEWEL CRANFIELD BURNS. Victoria, B.C. AT (54) 

Modern History and Modern Languages, Bishop Strachan School: 
U.C. Follies I-II; U.C. Basketball I. 
Future: — Use of Languages in Business. 

DOROTHY JOAN BURRY. Toronto (55) 

Household Science. Havergal College; Varsity Radio I-III; Basket- 
ball III; Also an objective interest in Industrial Engineering. 
Future: — Marriage. 



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JOHN BURRY 
Pass. 

DAVID LOWELL BUTTERS. Fort Erie. Ont. 

Pass. Fort Erie High; Spanish Club I; The Varsity II-III; 

Badminton Club III. 

Future: — Journalism — Newspaper, Copy-desk — Reporting. 

PETER BYRNE, Brampton, Ont. 

Pass, Brampton High; Lacrosse I-III; Rugby II. 

HILDA DOROTHY RUTH BYNOE, Port-of-Spain, Trinidad (59) 
Modern History, St. Hilrav's High; Modern History Club II-IV; 
U.C. Player's Guild I-IV; I.S.O. I-IV; I.R.C. IV; Field Hockey; 
Debating; Drama and Radio II-IV. 
Future: — Talk, Travel and Teach. 



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PHILIP HARDING CALDER. London, Ont. 

Modern History, Goderich C.I.; Modern History Club IV; 
Representative; Reporter, The Varsity l\l-W. 
Future: — Post grad work at Toronto 

ROBERT WILLIAM CALVERLEY, Orillia, Ont. 
Honour Law. 

DONALD JOHN CAMPBELL. New Toronto. Ont. 
Pass. Mimiro High. 
Future;— O.C.E. 



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MARGARET FLORENCE CAMPBELL, Bowmanville, Ont. (63) 
Pass, Junior Philosophy III; Presbyterian Fellowship I-III; Modern 
Letters I-II. 

MORA ANNE CAMPBELL. Toronto ATA (64) 

General, St. Clement's School Biology Club I-II; Biology Conversat 
'46. '48. 
Future: — Personnel Work. 

RONALD YACHT WEIR CAMPBELL. Haileybury. Ont. K S (65) 
Honour Law, Haileybury High; Secretary of Law Club and "73": 
Treasurer of K S; Chief Justice of the Moot Court; The Under grad; 
School of Law Review. 
Future: — Osgoode. 

SIDNEY CAPLAN. Toronto ' (66) 

Honour Law. Harbord C.I.; Justice of the Moot Court IV; Member- 
ship Committee of Hillel IV; Law Club I-IV; X'olleyball U.C. III-IV; 
Swimming Instructor (Red Cross). 
Future; — Osgoode Hall. 

MAVIS OLIVE MARIE CARIOU, Toronto (67) 

English Language and Literature, York Memorial C.I.; French Club 
I; TheUndergrad III. 

BARB.ARA CARROLL, Toronto (68) 

Classics, Riverdale C.I.; Classics Club I-IV; Production. The 
Undergrad III; The Rubens (a play) I\'. 
Future: — Going on to O.C.E. 

VALERIE ANN CARSON, Toronto H B * (69) 

General, Bishop Strachan School; I.R.C. III-IV; Political Science 
Club III-IV; N.F.C.U.S. IV; U.C. Follies I-IIl; U.C. Swim Team 
III; I.S.S.; Aqua Show IV. 

HAROLD SULLIVAN CARTER. Toronto (70) 

Pass, Rehab.; C.O.T.C; Married Men's Club President III; Hart 
House Library Committee. 

MARY PICKETT CARTER, Toronto AOH (71) 

General, Bishop Strachan School; Vice-President of Fraternity III; 
Follies II!; Year Executive IV; I.R.C. IV. 
Future: — Theatrical Designing. 

JOSEPH GEORGE CASSE, Toronto SAM (72) 

Political Science and Economics, Harbord C.I.; Political Science 
Club I-IV; Hillel I-IV; President U.C— C.C.F. IV; U.C. Representa- 
tive to N.F.C.U.S. IV; U.C. Basketball I-IV; International Relations 
Club I-IV. 
Future: — Osgoode Hall. 

JAMES ROBERT CASSELLS. Toronto (73) 

Modern History, North Toronto C.I.; Modern History Club III-IV; 
International Relations Club III-I\'. 
Future:— O.C.E. 

NORMAN ALLAN CHALMERS, Toronto (74) 

Sociology, Lawrence Park C.I.; C.C.F. Club I-U^ U.C. Organizer 
III-IV; Campus I-II; Associate Editor II; Historical Club III-IV. 
Future; — Post graduate work. 



ROBERT ARTHUR CHAMBERLAIN. Toronto 
Mathematics and Physics, Riverdale CI. 

FRANK EDWARD CHAMBERS, Fergus, Ont. 
Pass, Fergus High. 
Future: — Post grad work Toronto. 



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JAMES R. G. CHAPMAN 
Art and Archaeology. 

WILLIAM ROBERT CHECKLEY, Orillia. Ont. 
Pass, Coldwater High; Badminton Club. 
Future;— O.C.E. 



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HERBERT CHEIFETZ, Toronto (7<;) 

Pass. President of Intermural Basketball Standing Committee; 
U. of T. Senior Basketball; Social Group work for a year; Inter- 
faculty Football. 
Future: — School of Social Work. 



MILTON HAMILTON CHRISTMAS, Kingston. Ont. 
Pass, Rehab.; C.O.T.C; U. of T. 
Future: — Military Career. 



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ALBERT VERDUN CHURCHILL, Toronto (81 ) 

Pass, Rehab.; U.C. Married Men's Club I-III; Vice-President III. 
Future: — Osgoode Hall. 

GORDON JOSEPH CIGLEN. Meaford. Ont. (82) 

General. Meaford High; U.C. Lit. 4th Vr. President; Hillel I-IV; 

U.C. Basketball Il-lli; All-Varsity Mixed Chorus II-III; U.C. 
Follies IV. 

GARRY I. CLARKE, Toronto (83) 

Classics, U.T.S.; U.C. Lit. Executive I; Soccer III-IV: Classics Club 
I-IV; The Undergrad II-III; History Club IV; Dramatics; Debating; 
Basketball. 
Future: — Post grad Classics. 

MARGARET IRENE CLARKE, Barrie. Ont. (84) 

Pass, Barrie C.I.; Basketball II-III; Badminton III; Baseball II. 
Future: — Work. 

JUDITH JOY CLAYMAN, Toronto A <J> E (85) 

Pass, Oakwood C.I.; U.C. Players Guild I; Hillel I-III; Secretary. 
A <t> E III; University Settlement I; Central Neighborhood House II. 
Future; — Future in Maryland. 

ALEN.\ BEATRICE CODY-WILLIAMS, Woodstock, Ont. (86) 

Pass, Woodstock C.I.; Player's Guild I-III; Treasurer III; Flying 
Club I-III; Music Club II; French Club II. 
Future: — Library School. 

CHARLES COHEN, Toronto (87) 

Pass, Oakwood CI.; Hillel, Recreation Chairman; U.C. Basketball. 
Future: — Osgoode Hall or Business. 



ZELDA C. COHEN 
Psychology. 



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MURRAY COHL. Toronto (89) 

Honour Law. Harbord C.I.; Law Club I-IV; U.C. Player's Guild; 
.\thletic Representative III-IV; Volleyball (Sr. U.C); Basketball: 
U.C. Follies; Robinette Debates. 



HAROLD W. G. COLLARD 
General. 

SHEILAGH VERITY COLLINS. Toronto 
Pass, Havergal College. 

WILLIAM L. COOK 

Political Science and Economics. 



JOHN .ALAN COPELAND, Mimico. Ont. 
Pass, Mimico High; U.C. Football I-II. 
Future: — Osgoode Hall. 



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KATHLEEN DORIS COULTER, Leamington, Ont. (94) 

Psychology, Leamington High; Psychology Club I-IV; Bowling Club 
III-IV; Music Club. 
Future: — Personnel Work. 



ROBERT M. COUTTS, Niagara Falls, Ont. (95) 

Modern History, Stamford C.I.; U.C. Players Guild I-III; Hart 
House Theatre I; U.C. Follies ML 



JOAN COWAN, Gait. Ont. 

Pass, Gait C.I.; Spanish Club; Presbyterian Fellowship. 
Future: — Post grad work at Columbia I hope. 



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MAURICE JAMES COWIE, Brechin, Ont. (97) 

Pass. Beaverton High; C.O.T.C; Badminton Club ll-III; Treasurer 
III.» 
Future: — Post grad work at Toronto — Psychology. 



ALAN WILFRED CRAIG, Toronto 

Chemistry. Oakwood C.I.; Chemical Club.Il-IV. 



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SHEILA GRACE CRAIG. Toronto (9Q) 

Pass, Branksome Hall; U.C. Players Guild I-III; Varsity Radio II- 
III; Canadian Red Cross Corps. 
Future: — Some branch of the theatre? 



CYNTHIA M. CREET. Beamgville, Ont. 
Household Economics. Beamsville High. 



(100) 



KENNETH CRYDERMAN. Fort William. Ont. (101) 

Modern History and Modern Languages. Fort William C.I.; French 
and Spanish Clubs I-II; Secretary S. CM. (U.C.) I; Christian Science 
Organization, Secretary III; Vice-President IV. 
Future: — Studies in Europe; career in theology and education. 

JOAN ISOBEL CRYSDALE. Aurora. Ont. A* (102) 

General. .Aurora High; The Varsily Reporter I-II; U.C. Drama Guild 
I; U.C. Follies II-IV; Head Girl Mulock House IV; All-Varsity 
Revue — Costume Manager 1 1 1- IV. 
Future: — Costume Work. 



.lACK S. G. CULLEN 
Pass. 



GEORGE W. CUNNINGHAM 

Pass. 



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nB* (107) 
Basketball, U.C. I; 



K. J. DAGG 
General. 

JAMES DAMER, Toronto 
Pass, Western Tech. 

NANCY M.'^RGARET DANBY, Ottawa, Ont. 
Physiology and Biochemistry. Lisgar C.I.; 
Follies III; Hockey U.C. III-IV. 

JAMES ROBERT DARRAH, Niagara Falls. Ont. (108) 

Pass, Niagara Falls C.I.; Biology Club I; All-Varsity Mixed Chorus 
I; Junior Philosophy Club III; Debates. 
Future: — Study Law at Osgoode Hall. 

JOAN GRANT DAUPHIN EE. Sarnia, Ont. HB* (109) 

.Art and -Archaeology. Sarnia C.I.; Fine .Arts Club I-IV; Cheerleader 
III; Liberal .Association III-IV; Miilock House Social Representative 
III-IV; University Settlement School II. 



ALEX. WALSH DAVIDSON, Toronto 
Pass, Scarboro C.I. 



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ANNE FERRAR SUSIE DAVIDSON. Toronto H B <I> (HI) 

Pass. Bishop Strachan School; First Year President W.U.A. I; U.C. 
Follies I-III; U.C. Hockey II; Radio Workshop; Conservatory of 
Music; Varsity Song Book; I.S.S. 
Future: — Music in Paris. » 

DONALD GEORGE D.-VVIS, Newmarket. Ont. (112) 

English Language and Literature. St. Andrew's College; University 
College Players Guild I-IV; President IV; S.M.C. Radio Workshop 
IV; U. of T. Drama Committee IV; Hart House Theatre Productions 
I-IV; U.C. Follies I. 



KENNETH W. DAVIS 
Pass. 



(113) 



MICHAEL SCOFIELD DAVIS. Paris, Ont. (114) 

P'nglish Language and Literature. Drumbo High; U.C. Players' 
Guild I-IV; Stage Manager IV; Publicity III; Work with Hart House 
Productions. 
Future: — Teaching in Ontario High Schools. 

CYNTHIA MARY DEAN. Toronto AT (115) 

Modern History and Modern Languages, Branksome Hall; Chairman 
of Freshie Reception Committee IV; President of Delta Gamma 
Fraternity IV. 

KENNETH JAMES CADMAN DEAN, Toronto (116) 

Pass, Upper Canada College. 

PIERRE IVAN ALEXANDER deBOUILLIANNE, Toronto (117) 
Pass, Mt. Royal High School. 
Future: — School of Social Work. 

NANCY LORRAINE DERRY, Peterborough, Ont. H B * (118) 

Pass, Peterborough C.V.I. 
Future: — Advertising. 

JULES DICK (119) 

Pass. 

WILLIAM GEORGE DINGWALL, Kenora. Ont. AY (120) 

Pass, Kenora High; Hockey and Golf have been the main interests. 
Future: — Going into Business, probably the automobile business. 

RAI DIRENFELD, Wynyard. Sask. I A Xl (121) 

Pass, Wynyard High; U. of T. Film Society II; Membership Chair- 
man III; Co-Chairman of Rushing Panhellenic Association. 
Future: — Library School. 

MARG.ARET NORMA DODD. Hawkesbury, Ont. (122) 

Pass, Hawkesbury English; .All V'arsity Mixed Choir I; U.C. Tennis 
II-III; U.C. Singers III. 
Future: — Commercial course in Montreal. 

GLORIA MEDLAND DOW. Toronto ATA (123) 

Pass, Havergal College; U.C. Follies I-III; U.C. Players Guild II-III; 
All-Varsity Revue III. 
Future: — Osgoode Hal!. 



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JOHN MILLS DRYSDALE. Toronto (124) 

Pass. Weston High. 
Future: — Study law at Osgoode Hall. 

FRANCES PAULINE DUFF. Hamilton. Ont. A X U (12.S) 

Psychology. Westdale C.I.; Psychology Club; Basketball I-IV; 
Volleyball III-IV; I.S.S. Ill; Whitney Hall Social Directress IV. 
Future: — Case work with children's aid. 

LAURA R. DUFF (126) 

Pass. 

EUGENE O. DUFFY (127) 

Pass. 

JOHN McH. DUGGAN (128) 

Mathematics and Physics. 

BEVERLY GAIL DUNCAN, Toronto A <I> (12<)) 

Household Economics. Bishop Strachan School; Skiing; Horses and 
Riding; Converting old farmhouses. 
Future: — Would like to be a buyer — preferably of clothes or materials. 

KENNETH J. DUNCAN (130) 

Sociology. 

CAROL JUNE RUTH DITnN, Fort Erie. Ont. (131 ) 

Household Economics, Fort Erie High; Softball l-ll; Basketball I- 
IV; Intercollegiate II; Volleyball I-II. 
Future: — I wish I knew! 

SEYMOUR JOHN DURBIN. Toronto B S P (132) 

Pass. Vaughan Road C.I.; Social Workers Club II-I!I; Treasurer III; 
Hillel I-lII; Interfaith Chairman II-III; Political Science Club III; 
Senior U.C. Basketball II-III; Ski Club II-III. 
Future: — School of Social Work. 

EDWARD A. DYSON (133) 

Pass. 

PETER DZINKOWSKI, Toronto (134) 

Pass, Jarvis CL; Ukrainian Students Club; Music. 

IVAN ERNEST DERWOOD EATON. Long Branch, Ont. (135) 

Psychology. Long Branch High; Psychology Club II-IV; University 
College Players' Guild IV; Y.M.C.A. Fellowship Work II-IV. 
Future: — Post graduate work — School of Social Work then Y. work. 

BERNYCE EDELSTEIN. Chatham. Ont. A <I> E (136) 

Sociology, Chatham C.I.; Sociology Club; Reporter on Campus; 
U. of T. Film Society. 
Future: — School of Social Work. 

ANNETTE EISEN. Toronto (137) 

Psychology. Harbord C.I.; B'nai Brith Hillel Foundation I-IV; First 
Year Representative I; Secretary II; Intercollegiate Zionist Federa- 
tion of America; Secretary IV. 

SYDNEY EISEN, Toronto (138) 

Modern History, Harbord CL; Historical Club; Hillel; Hobby — 
Collecting Grand Opera Records. 

Future: — Post grad work in England or the U.S. — Hope to get a 
position in the University, lecturing. 



NORMAN ERSKINE, Cobourg, Ont. 
Pass, Cobourg C.I. 
Future:— O.C.E. 



(139) 



DONALD DWIGHT EVANS. Fort William. Ont. (140) 

Philosophy and English, Fort William CT.; First Year President 
U.C. Lit.; Treasurer, Historian, President of "73"; -Accompanist 
U.C. Singers; President of 3. CM. IV. 
Future: — Further Study. 

AUDREY ALICE EVERITT, Palmerston, Ont. (141) 

Psychology, Palmerston High; Psychology Club I-IV; Class Rep 
III; I.S.O. I-IV; Spanish Club I-II. 
Future: — Marriage — possibly post grad work later. 

HARRIET ANN EZRA. Windsor. Ont. (142) 

Pass. Kennedy CL; Plavers Guild I-III; French Club II; Editorial 
Staff. The Reporter II; I.R.C III. 

Future; — "One does not expect in this world; one hopes and pays car- 
fares." 

SHERA FACTOR. Toronto A * E (143) 

Pass. Lawrence Park CL; Hillel I-III; U.C Players' Guild I; 
University Settlement I-III; Central Neighbourhood House II-III. 
Future: — School of Social Work. 

LORRAINE SYLVIA FAIBISH. Toronto I A H (144) 

Psychology. Harbord CL; Hillel I-IV; President IV; Psychology 
Club II-IV; I.Z.F.A. IV; I AH Pan-Hellenic Rep. II-III; Vice- 
Chancellor IV; Co-Chairman U.J. A. III. 

AUDREY GRACE FEASEL, Gait, Ont. (145) 

Art and .Archaeology. Central CL. (Hamilton); Joining Clubs I-IV; 
Getting Joed I-IV; Loving; Laughing and Living I-IV. 
Future: — Making ink blots. 



POLLY FEIGMAN 

English Language and Literature. 



(146) 



GORDON FELDMAN, Windsor, Ont. (147) 

Mathematics and Physics. Patterson CL; U.C. Basketball II-llI. 
Future; — Research in Applied Mathematics. 




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BARBARA JUNE FELDSTEIN, Toronto (148) 

Pass, Lawrence Park C.I.; Law Club I; Hillel I-III; Advertising 
Manager for Program of U.C. Follies II; All-Varsity Revue II. 
Future: — Post grad work at U. of T. 



ROSS FEN EM ORE 

Pass. 



(149) 



GEORGE EDWARD CECIL FINE. Toronto OA* (ISO) 

Pass, Forest Hill C.I.; U.C. Basketball I-III; Volleyball I-III; 
Hockey I-III; Political Science Club; History Club; Table Tennis; 
U.C. Tennis Club. 
Future: — Post graduate work at Wharton College. 



MRS. EVELYN FINGOLD 
Pass. 



(151) 



CHARLOTTE HELENE FINKLE, Belleville, Ont. ATA (152) 

Pass, Belleville C.V.S.; U.C. Music Club I-III; Players Guild III. 



JOHN HERBERT FISHER, Toronto 
Pass, Huniberside C.I. 
Future: — Law. 



(153) 



MARY ABBIE FITZ-GIBBON, Fort Erie, Ont. (154) 

.^rt and .Archaeology. Fort Erie High; Portia Debates I-II; .Anthro- 
pology Club II, III; Fine An Club II-III; Part Time Work. 
Future: — Teaching. 



KEITH MICHAEL JOSEPH FITZPATRICK, Toronto 
Pass, Rehab. 



ROBERT FLEETHAM 
Pass. 

MAURICES. FLINT 

JAMES EDWARD FLOWERS, Toronto 
Pass, Rehab. 
Future: — Psychiatric Social Work. 

MIRIAM FOGEL 
Pass. 

SHEILA MARY FOLEY, Flint. Mich. 
Pass, Bay City Junior College. v 

Future: — Drink wine and read poetry. 

EDWARD J. FOLLOWS 

Psychology. 

HERBERT WILLI.AM FOLLOWS, Cornwall, Ont. 
Pass. Cornwall CI. 

HUGH M. FORGE 
Pass. 

DAVID W. FORREST 
Pass. 



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H.ARVEY DAVID FOSTER. Toronto BSP (165) 

Pass, Forest Hill C.I.; Beta Sigma Rho Fraternity II; Pledge Father 
III; Chancellor; Hilell I-III; U.C. Volleyball I-III; U.C. Basketball 
I-III; U. of T. Badminton Club. 
Future: — Business. 

WALLACE MANNING FR.AM, Toronto (166) 

Honour Law, Forest Hill C.I.; Law Club I-IV; Hart House Debates 
Committee II-IV; Players' Guild; U.C. Follies; C.O.T.C. 
Future: — A legal career in some interesting form. 

WILLIAM ERASER FRANCIS. Port .Arthur, Ont. (167) 

Political Science and Economics, Port .Arthur C.I.; Residence 
Executive II-III; U.C. Basketball; U.C. Hockey III-IV; Feature 
Writer, The Varsily III; Publicity Director, U.C. Lit. IV; Pmg-pong. 
Future: — Journalism, Government or Post grad. 



LAURIE D. ERASER 

Pass. 



SIDNEY FREEDMAN 
Pass. 



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ELIZ.ABETH JEAN FREEL. Stouffville, Ont. AAA (170) 

Modern History. Stouffville High; Modern History Club I. III. IV; 
Toronlonensis III-IV; Bowling II. 
Future:— O.C.E. 

BELLE FREEMAN. Toronto I -A H (171) 

Psychology, Harbord C.I.; Psychology Club II-IV; Avukah Execu- 
tive II; Vice-President; Hillel I-IV; Executive (Zionist Representa- 
tive) III; Intercollegiate Zionist Federation of America IV. 
Future: — School of Social Work. 



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Political Science 



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EDMUND FREDP:RICK; FREY, Cranbrook. B.C. 
Political Science and Economics. Cranbrool: High; 
Club III-IV. 
Future; — Enter advertising field. 

BERNICE E. FRIEDM.^N 
Philosophy. 

WILFRED J. G.^GNON 
General. 

F. R. GAILUS 
Pass. 

CHARLES THOMAS PEFFERS GALLOWAY. Toronto (176) 

Mathematics and Physics. Lawrence Park C.I.; Hart House Chess 
Club II-IV; Secretary IV; Mathematics and Physics Society I-IV; 
President IV; U.C. Rugby III; Hart House Revolver Club 11. 
Future: — To follow path of least resistance. 

FRANK WILLIAM GALLOWAY, Toronto (177) 

Pass. Northern Vocational; U.N.T.D. l-lll; U.C. Soccer I; U.C. 
Basketball I-II; Manager U.C. Football II; Squash; Chess. 

ROBERT J. GALLOWAY (178) 

General. 

PATRICIA LOUISE GARNETT. London, Ont. (179) 

General, Havergal College. 

EDWIN ALEXANDER G.AVILLER. Owen Sound. Ont. (180) 

Physiology and Biochemistry, U.C.C.; Hart House Glee Club II. 
Future: — Medicine. 

EARL CHRISTIAN GERBER, Toronto (181 ) 

Pass. Northern Vocational; Inter-Varsity Christian Fellowship I-III; 
Soccer; Basketball; Swimming for Wycliffe. 
Future: — Theology at Wycliffe. 

D.^VID GIBSON, Toronto (182) 

Pass, Rehab.; U. of T. Rifle Club I; Hart House Camera Club HI. 
Future: — Post grad at Toronto 

EDWARD SLADE GIBSON, Toronto (183) 

Physiology and Biochemistry. U.T.S. 

RAYMOND ALBERT JOSEPH GIES, Kitchener. Ont. (184) 

Honour Law. Kitchener Waterloo C.I.; Newman Club; Judge of 
Moot Court Law Club; C.O.T.C.; Tennis. 
Future: — LL.B. at U. of T. Fluctuate from BAR to bar. 



FREDERICK JOHN GILES. Toronto 

Oriental Languages. North Toronto C.I.; Hart 
Committee; Hart House Discussion Group. 
Future: — Post grad work. 

MELVILLE D. GILES 
Pass. 

D.WID BERTRAM GILL. Dorking, Surrey. England 
Political Science and Economics, Dorking High. 
Future: — Post graduate work. 



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House Debates 



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MARY JE.AN GILL.^N, Beaumaris, Ont. (U 

Household Economics, Bracebridge High; Hockey; Baseball. 
Future: — Dietetics at Hospital. 



ROBERT GILLESPIE GILLHAM. Ottawa, Ont. 
Pass, Glebe C.I.; C.O.T.C. MIL 

Future: — Business .Kdministration at Western. 

DONALD B. GILLIES 
Mathematics and Physics. 



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DAVID STUART GILMOR, Toronto (191) 

Pass. Jarvis C.I.; Hart House Camera Club; Liberal Club; University 
Reserve Flight (R.C-^.F.); Chairman U.C. I.S.S. Campaign II; 
Chairman U.C. Float Committee III; House Committee of Hart 
House III; Staff Photographer, The \'arsity; Toronionensis. 
Future: — Med. Studies or Realty and Insurance. 

ZARA BERNICE GITTLESON, Ottawa, Ont. I A Xl (192) 

Pass, Glebe C.I.; All-Varsity Choir I; Hillel I, II-IV; Social Work 
Club III. 
Future: — Training in Social Work. 

STANLEY W. GJOS, Toronto (193) 

Pass. Sault Ste. Marie C.I.; Camera Club; Ski Club; Young Progres- 
sive Conservative; Toronionensis Staff I. 
Future : — Teaching. 



DAVID R. GOEDEN 
Pass. 



(194) 



EDWIN ARTHUR GOMME. London. Ont. (195) 

Political Science and Economics. Central High; Political Science Club 
II-IV; 4th Yr. Rep.; International Relations Club IV; Photography. 
Future: — Nebulous. 

MARGARETTA B. GOODEARLE, Sudbury. Ont. KKT (196) 

Modern Languages and Literatures, Sudbury High; Volleyball I-IV; 
House Committee III-IV; French Club. 

Future; — To be Rip Van Winkle's most ardent successor — (at least 
for a while!) 




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MRS. DEBORAH SHULMAN GOODLESS. Toronto A * E (197) 
Pass, Oakwood C.I.; Hillel I-III; Treasurer. Delta Phi Epsilon III; 
Married I. 
Future: — Teaching in New V'ork, witile husband interns. 



E. GOODMAN 
Pass. 

STANLEY GOODMAN, Toronto 

General, Oakwood C.I.; Law Club I-IL 
Future: — Law at Osgoode. 

WILLLAM McDonald GOUGH. Toronto 
Pass, Runnymede C.L 



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THELMA GRADER, Niagara Falls, Ont. 
Pass, Niagara Falls C.L; Hillel I-IIL 
Future: — Work for a living — Social Work or Personnel Work if 
possible. 



JAMES D. GRAHAM 
Pass. 



(202) 



NORMAN ANDREW GRAHAM, Shanty Bay, Ont, (203) 

Physics and Chemistry, Barrie C.L; M. and P. Society; Chemistry 
Club; Swimming; Knox; Basketball III-IV; Knox Athletic Commit- 
tee IV. 
Future:— O.C.E. 

WILLIAM JOHN GRAHAM, Medicine Hat, Alta. (204) 

Pass, .Alexandra High; Presbyterian Fellowship I-III; Publicity II; 
President III; Knox College Missionary and Theological Society; 
Vice-President III; Representative, University Christian Council. 
Future: — Theology at Knox College, Presbyterian Ministry. 

SYLVIA DOREEN GRANT, Calgarv, Alta. (205) 

Sociology. Calgary C.L; U.C. Follies I-II-IV; U.C. Music Club IV; 
Royal Conservatory of Music III-IV; Sociology Club II-III. 
Future: — Continue vocal studies. 



JOAN-ANN GRAUPNER. Toronto 

Pass, Lawrence Park C.L; Tennis; Badminton; Golf. 
Future: — Foreign Government Work. 



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MARY ELIZABETH GRAY, Paget, Bermuda (207) 

English Language and Literature, Bermuda High School for Girls; 
1st year Committee; French Club II; Modern Letters Club III; 
President IV; Music Club III-IV. 
Future: — England. 



SELMA GREEN, Toronto 
Psychology, Oakwood C.I 
Tennis. 
Future: — Clinical work in psychology. 



A <J> E (208) 
Hillel I-IV; Psychology Club I-IV; 



FRANCIS GREENAN, Toronto 

General, Riverdale C.L; Newman Debating Club. 
Future: — Business. 



(209) 



IRVING GREENBERG, Ottawa, Ont. SAM (210) 

Political Science and Economics, Lisgar CI,; Political Science Club 
III; C.C.F. Club IV; Golf; Skiing. 
Future: — Osgoode Hall. 



FRANK J. GREENE 

Pass. 

HELEN P. GREENSTEIN 
Pass. 



(211) 



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MARTIN HENRY GREENWOOD. Toronto (213) 

Pass, Rehab.; U.C. Players' Guild III; Hart House Productions I-III; 
Robinette Debates II-III; Chess Club III. 
Future: — Post graduate work at U. of T. 



WILLIAM NELSON GRIFFIN, Stratford, Ont. 
Pass, Stratford CI. 
Future: — O.C.E. 



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JOHN R.AYMOND GRUMMETT, Iroquois Falls, Ont. (215) 

Pass, Iroquois Falls High; Newman Club; Social Committee II; 
R.C.A.F. 
Future: — Osgoode Hall. 



ROBERT C F, GRUNDY 

Pass. 



EDW.A.RD S. GRUSON 
Physiology and Biology. 



NORMAN GULKO. Toronto 

Pass. Rehab.; Political Science Club III. 
Future: — Post graduate, psychology, in Toronto, 



(216) 



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VIRGINIA CLAIRE GUNDY, Toronto AT (219) 

Pass, Lawrence Park C.L; Manager U.C. Volleyball I; L'.C Tennis 
II-III; Badminton V.C, II; Home Economics Club I; Swimming. 
Future: — Specialize in Physical Education at O.C.E. 



ROBERT BRUCE HADC^RAFT, Toronto 

Chemistry, Riverdale C.L; Chemistry Club II-IV. 
Future: — Research in industry. 



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K K r (222) 
Guild-Secretary II-III; 



DAVID D. HAGUE (221) 

Pass. 

JANE C. HAMILTON, Toronto 

Pass, Branksome Hall; U.C. Players' 
University College Badminton Team II. 

GARNET ROYDEN HANES, Toronto (223) 

Mathematics and Physics, Jarvis C.I.; Toronto Sailing and Canoe 
Club; Canadian Association of Physicists. 
Future: — Post grad work in Biophysics. 

DORIS ELIZABETH HARE, Toronto A * (224) 

Pass, Havergal College; U.C. Follies (dancing); Secretary of .-Xlpha 
Phi. 

GEORGE FREDERICK PULFORD HARVIE, Windsor. Ont. (225) 
Pass. Sandwich C.I.; Film Societv III; U.C. Follies II; Drama Club 
MI; Basketball I-III; Volleyball I-II; Tennis I-II; Badminton III. 
Future: — Law at Osgoode Hall. 

MAREE .4LICE H.ASTINGS, Toronto (226) 

Pass. Runnymede C.I.; Interested in dancing; Skating; Archery; 
Cooking; Making Clothes. 

Future: — Return to former position, laboratory technician. Bacter- 
iology Department. Province Public Health Laboratories. 



GORDON G. HASTINGS 
Pass. 



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WILBERT OSCAR HAUFE, Powassan, Ont. (228) 

Biology, North Bay C.I.; Lutheran Students Club; Chairman, 
Religious Discussion III. 
Future: — Post grad at U. of T. 

MARGARET D. H.AULTAIN, Toronto AO H (229) 

Pass, Havergal College; The Varsily Reporter I; International 
Relations Club III; Pan-Helenic Council Delegate II-III. 

DONALD NORMAN HAZELL, Toronto (230) 

Physics and Chemistry. Jarvis C.I.; U.N.T.D. I-II; Ski Club; 
Chemical Club. 
Future: — O.C.E. — School Teaching. 



GEORGE McN. HEALY 
General. 



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STRACHAN HEIGHINGTON, Toronto ZV (232) 

General. Ridley College; C.O.T.C. for 3 years; Varsity Junior Foot- 
ball I; Law Club I-II. 
Future: — Osgoode Hall. 

MARGARET JOYCE HENDERSON, St. Catharines. Ont. (233) 

Physiology and Biochemistry. St. Catharines C.I.; Biology Club. 1st 
Year Representative; Social Convener. 
Future: — Medical Research. 

GLORIA NANETTE HERMAN. Toronto lAO (234) 

Psychology, Vaughan Rd. C.I.; Hillel I-IV; Psvchologv Club II-IV; 
lAH Pledge Mother III; Vice-Chancellor IV. 
Future: — Post grad work in psychology. 

IRVING HERMAN. Toronto B S P (235) 

Pass. Oakwood C.I.; Hart House Squash Committee III; Varsity 
Squash Team IV; Tennis; Badminton Club II; L'.C. Basketball I-II. 

MIRIAM HERTZ, St. Catharines, Ont. (236) 

Modern Languages and Literatures. St. Catharines C.I.; Exchange 
Student to Smith College III; French Club I-II, IV; U. of T. Orches- 
tra I-II, IV; U. of T. Badminton Club IV. 
Future: — Que sais-je? 



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KKP (238) 
P-xecuti\'e; 



WILLIAM B. HIGHAM 
Modern History. 

CAROLINE JANE HILL. Toronto 

Sociology, Branksome Hall; Players' Guild; W.l'..A 
S.A.C. Rep. for U.C; I.S.S. Seminar and Executive. 
Future: — Doing nothing; complete rest and relaxation. 

DOROTHY LILLIAN HILL. Toronto (239) 

Pass, Fort William High; Graduate of Oshawa General Hospital 
Training School for Nurses. 
Future: — Teaching nursing. 

LOUIS CHRISTOPHER HILL, Windsor, Ont. (240) 

Pass, Central Tech. 

DONALD V.ILLIAM HILLHOUSE. Toronto I'V (241) 

Pass, Riverdale C.I.; Director Radio Workshop of S.A.C. Ill; U.C. 
Basketball I-II; U.C. Football I. 
Future: — Osgoode Hall or Business .Administration at Western. 

LIONEL GEORGE HODDER. Port Burwell. Ont. (242) 

Pass. Port Burwell High. 
Future: — Post grad work at U. of T. and abroad. 

GEORGE R. B. HODGSON (243) 

Modern History. 

MANUEL DAVID HOFFMAN. Toronto (244) 

Pass, Vaughan Road C.I.; Basketball and Tennis are my sports. 
Future: — Looking forward to a C.\. Degree. 



NORMAN HOFFMAN 
Pass. 

PHILIP HOFFMAN, Toronto 
Chemistry, Jarvis C.I. 
Future: — Post grad work. 



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RALPH G. HOGUE 

Pass. 



(247) 



KARLYN JOAN MOLLIS, Toronto ' A * (248) 

Household Economics. Bishop Strachan School; President A <1> IV; 
Trinity Baslcetball I-II; U.C. Basketball IIMV; Committee for 
Freshie Weekend IV. 



LILLIAN HOLT 
Pass. 



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BOHDAN BENJAMIN HOLVNSKY, Toronto (250) 

Physiology and Biochemistry, Gymnasium-Lemberg (Poland); 
Ukrainian Students Club. 
Future: — To complete medical studies at Varsity. 



ROSS A. HONSBERGER 
Pass. 



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JOHN ARTHUR HOOLIHAN, Toronto AX (252) 

Political Science and Economics, U.T.S. ; U.C. Lit. Third Year 
President III; President IV; Progressive Conservative Club I-IV, 
Vice-President III; U.C. Football and Basketball MI; Winner. 
Robinette Debates II. 
Future: — Osgoode Hall or Business. 



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Political 



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FRANK J. HORNBERGER 
Pass. 

KENNETH ORVAL HORWOOD, Toronto 

Pass, Humberside C.I.; International Relations Club III; 

Science Club III. 

Future: — Post grad work at V. of T. 

CHARLES E. HOUGHTON 
General. 

ERIC S. HOUSE 
Geography. 

JOHN THOMAS HOWE, Dunbarton. Ont. (257) 

Pass, Danforth Tech.; U.C. Players' Guild I-III; Varsity Radio I-III; 
Producer III; C.O.T.C. Staff I-III; Paymaster II-III. 
Future: — Work in Entertainment Field — Theatre, Radio or Tele- 
vision. 

GEORGE LEONARD HOWSE. Niagara-on-the-Lake. Ont. (258) 

Pass. Niagara High; President. Social Work Club. 

Future: — Social work at U. of T. 
HAROLD GORDON HUBBELL, Cayuga. Ont. (259) 

Pass. Niagara Falls C.I.; Hart House Glee Club I. 

Future: — Business Administration. 
GEORGE R. HUBBERT ' (260) 

Pass. 
PHYLLIS MARY HUEHN. Hanover. Ont. .\On (261) 

Pass, Hanover High; Liberal Club II-III; .Associate Treasurer III. 

Future: — Trip to Europe and then >.? 

ANDREW ALEXANDER HUGHES, York Mills, Ont. (262) 

Physics and Chemistry, Earl Haig C.I.; Reuben Wells Leonard 

Scholarship I-III; U.N.T.D. II; Chemistry Club; Cubmaster 67th 

Pack. 

Future: — Research. 
RONALD G. HUGHES (263) 

Modern History. 
IRISHUMEIUK (264) 

Pass. 
JOHN EDWARD HUMPHRIES. Toronto (265) 

Modern Languages and Literature, North Toronto C.I.; U.C. 

Players' Guild; U.C. Parliament; Societe Frangaise; I.R.C.; Role in 

Knock; Swimming. 
MARGARET ELIZABETH HUNTER, Port Credit, Ont. (266) 

General, Port Credit High; Biology Club I-IV; All-Varsity Mixed 

Chorus II-III. 

Future: — Research in Plant Genetics. 
RALPH S. HURD (267) 

Pass. 
ROBERT A. HURD (268) 

Mathematics and Physics. 
ELIZABETH .A. HUTCHINSON (269) 

Pass. 
WALTER HENRY HUTCHINSON. Belleville. Ont. (270) 

Political Science and Economics, Belleville C.I.; Political Science 

Club III-IV; Vice-President IV; International Relations Club III- 

IV. 
JO.ANORRINE HUTCHISON, Ottawa, Ont. H B <I> (271) 

Political Science and Economics, Glebe C.I.; U.C. Basketball I; 

International Relations Club. 

Future: — Post grad work. 
GEORGE ARTHUR IRVINE, Sudbury, Ont. (272) 

Pass, Sudbury High; Junior Philosophy Club; Swimming (U.I.G.) 
JOAN IRWIN. Toronto A F (273) 

General, Branksome Hall; First Year Rep. Athletic Society; Mikado. 

Vic. Music Club; Portia Debates; U.C. Follies II-III; The Redmill; 

U.C. Music Club; Literary Director W.U.A. IV. 
AVROM ISAACOVITCH, Toronto (274) 

Political Science and Economics, Harbord C.L; U.C, Executive II; 

Political Science Club; Publicity Work. 

Future: — To become an agriculturist in Persia. 
HENRY HOWARD JACK. Port Elgin, Ont. (275) 

Philosophy, Port Elgin High; Jr. Philosophy Club I-II; Executive I; 

Philosophy Club III-IV. 

Future: — Post graduate work in philosophy. 
RUSSELL ALBERT JACOBS. Bowmanville. Ont. (276) 

General, Bowmanville High; Commerce Club I-II. 

Future: — Business Field. 



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JOHN KRNEST JACQUKS, Caledonia, Ont. (277) 

Pass, Caledonia High; Harriers and Baslcetball for Wycliflc College. 



JOHN G. JARVIS 
Food Chemistry. 

CHARLES F. JENKINSON 
Pass. 

CLAIRE J. JKWETT 
Pass. 

ERNEST JOHNSTON 
General. 

DAVID P. JONES 
Pass. 

NEIL J. JANES 
Pass. 



(278) 
(279) 
(280) 
(281) 
(282) 
(283) 
AXA (284) 



ROGER BOTTOMLEY JONES, Fairfield, Conn, 
Pass, Roger Ludlovve High. 
Future: — Post grad work in Business Administration. 

GLADYS GITL KAGAN, Toronto lAH (28.S) 

Psychology, Harbord C.I.; Psychology Club II-IV; Music Club III; 
L,P.P. Club. 

Future: — Psychiatric caseworker and perhaps career in opera or 
concert world?? 

EVELYN KALLEN, Toronto A * E (286) 

Pass, Harbord C.I.; Hillel I-III; U.C. Follies I-III, 
Future: — Marriage and Children. 

SIDNEY KASMAN, Toronto (287) 

Chemistry, Harbord C.I.; .'\rts Chemical Club, Vice-President III; 
Mathematics and Physics Society I; Hart House Camera Club, 



ELIZABETH MAE KEELER, Belleville, Ont. 
Pass. Belleville C.I.; First Year Executive Council. 



n B* (288) 



ROSANA KELLY, Sudbury. Ont. (289) 

Modern Languages and Literature. Sudbury High; U.C. Volleyball 
Rep. I; Basketball I-IV; Softball II; .Athletic Director IV; U. of T. 
Basketball I-IV; Athletic Directorate III-IV; Volleyball President 
II; Basketball President III; Head Girl Falconer House IV; Italian 
Club III-IV. 
Future:— O.C.E. 

MRS. MERRIJOY ROSE KEENER. Toronto A E * (290) 

Sociology, North Toronto CI.; Hillel; Sociology Club; Film Society 
Executive; International Relations Club Executive. 

JOHN LEE KENNEDY, Toronto (291) 

Pass, Oakwood CI.; The Varsity Si&fi I-III; Sports Editor III; U.C. 
Basketball I-III; Ski Club I-III. 
Future: — Newspaper Work. 

WILLIAM ROBERT KENNEDY, Toronto (292) 

Pass, Runnymede C.I.; C.O.T.C Ball Committee III; U.C, Volley- 
ball III; U.C. Follies III; .A.ll-Varsity III. 
Future: — Law. 



WILLIAM R. KENZIE 
Chemistry, 



(293) 



ALLEN CAMPBELL KERR, Toronto (294) 

Mathematics and Physics, Oakwood C.I.; Hart House Glee Club II- 
IV. 
Future:— O.C.E. 

PATRICIA JEAN KERR, Toronto KKF (295) 

Pass, Jarvis C.L; U.C. Follies; Ski Club I-III. 

MRS. MARION D. KERT. Toronto A E <l> (296) 

Sociology, Central High (Calgary); U.C. Follies I-III; Hillel I-II; 
Sociology Club, 

OLGA KIDICK, Thorold, Ont, (297) 

General, Thorold High; Ukrainian Students Club II; .-Vnthropology 
Club IV; All-Varsity Mixed Chorus IV; Badminton Club IV; 
Biology Club I. 
Future: — Post grad work in Bacteriology. 

J. D. KILLORAN (298) 

Honour Arts 

KINGSLEY ERNEST KING, Chatham. Ont. (299) 

Pass, Chatham High; Presbyterian Fellowship III; Vice-President 
III; Basketball; Track. 

Future: — Continuing studies at Knox College in Theology, Aim: — 
Presbyterian Minister, 

MARY JOAN KING, Milton, Ont, (300) 

Modern Languages and Literatures, Milton High; U,C, French Club 
I-IV, Social Hostess III, Secretary IV; U.C. Singers I-IV; U C 
Music Club III-IV. 
Future:— O.C.E. 

SHIRLEY ELEANOR KIRBY, Niagara Falls, Ont, (301 ) 

Pass, Stamford C.I.; French Club I-III; Spanish Club II-III- 
Players' Guild II-III. 

CHRISTOPHER JAMES KIRKOFF, Toronto (302) 

Pass, Jarvis C.L; Spanish Club II-III; U.C.French Club I, III; U.C. 
Drama Club II-III. 
Future: — Post grad work at Toronto. 




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MARY ELIZABETH KITCHEN, Toronto AAA (303) 

Political Science and Economics, North Toronto C.I.; Fraternitv 
President III; Follies IV; Pan-Hellenic President III. 
Future: — Marriage. 

DONNA CAROLINE KLIE, Harrow. Ont. AX Q (304) 

Pass, Harrow High; Basketball Rep. Ill; Basketball Team I-III- 
Volleyball I; Tennis II-III; Tennis Rep. II. 
Future: — Go to O.C.E. to teach P.T. 

MRS. JENNY VOLPE KLOTZ. Toronto A <l> E (305) 

Pass. Harbord C.I.; International Students Organization. Social 
Convener I-II; Reporter. The Varsity I-II; All-Varsity Revue II; 
Medical Wives Auxiliary. 
Future: — Post grad work at Columbia. 



GRAY SENIOR KNAPP. Hanover. Ont. 

Honour Music. Hanover High; L'.C. Singers I-IV- L' C 
III-IV; President III; "73" Carollers I-III. 
Future: — Post grad and/or O.C.E. 

JOHN S. KNAPP 
Pass. 



(306) 
Music Club 



(307) 



LETITIA RUTH KNIGHT, Lakeview, Ont. (308) 

Modern History and Languages, Port Credit High; History Club IV: 
U.C. Players' Guild III; Varsity Mixed Chorus II-IV. 
Future: — Uncertain — Who knows? but the Business world beckons. 

GERALD KROLL, Toronto B 2 P (309) 

Pass, Forest Hill C.I.; U.C. Basketball and Volleyball; Beta Sigma 
Rho Fraternity Executive. 
Future: — Osgoode Hall. 

LIDIA L.A.GODICH. Port Robinson. Ont. (310) 

Modern History. Welland High; History Club I-IV; Russian Circle 
Il-lV; Vice-President II; Film Society IV; Badminton Club. 
Future: — Library School. 

HAROLD IRVING LAKER. Windsor. Ont. (311) 

Physiology and Biochemistry. Patterson C.I.; Interested in Music — 
Popular and Classical. 
Future: — Medicine at U. of T. 

CLARE LAMPEL. Toronto (312) 

Philosophy. Harbord C.I.; Treasurer. Junior Philosophy Club II; 
Program Director. Film Society III; Hillel I-IV; Philosophical 
Society IV; MacDonald and McCullagh Scholarships III. 
Future: — Post graduate work. 

HENRY LANDIS. Toronto (313) 

Law. Harbord C.I.; Moot Court of the School of Law. Registrar III; 
Justice IV. 

Future:— Post grad work at Harvard or Columbia; ultimately 
lecturing in law\ ' 

BARBARA ELIZABETH LANE, London. Ont. KKF (314) 

Pass. Oshawa C.I. 
Future:— O.C.E. 



STANLEY G.J. LANE 
Pass. 



(315) 



SAMUEL L.AVINE. Toronto (316) 

Law. Harbord C.I.; Law Club I-IV; School of Law Moot Court, 
Accountant III; Chief Justice IV. 
Future: — Post graduate work at Vale or Columbia. 

HARVEY EARL L.A.WRENCE. Toronto (317) 

Pass, Biology Club I; C.C.F. Club II-III. 
Future: — Post grad. 

CLIFFORD ARTHUR LAWSON, Brandon, Man. (318) 

Sociology, Brandon C.I.; .\1I-Varsity Choir II; U.C. Music Club III; 
Modern Letters Club IV. 
Future: — Post grad w-ork at U. of T. 



WILLIAM B. LEACH 
Pass. 



(319) 



WILLIAM JOHN LEAROYD, Cayuga. Ont. (320) 

Pass. Cayuga High; Varsity Christian Fellowship I, 111; International 
Relations Club III; Jr. Philosophy Club III. 
Future: — Theology. 

B. JOYCE LEEMING (321) 

.■\rt and Archaeology. 

MARGARET JEAN LEPPINGTON, Toronto (322) 

Modern Languages and Literatures. Riverdale C.I.; French Club I- 
IV; German Club III-IV; Canterbury Club I-IV; Executive III-IV; 
University Christian Mission Executive III; The Undergrad III-IV. 
Future:— .Attend O.C.E. 

CARL LEPRICH. Hanover, Ont. (323) 

Political Science and F^conomics. Hanover High; I.R.C. Ill; Political 
Science Club IV; C.O.T.C. I-IIl; Vice-President Holwood III; 
President Holwood IV; President Boxing Club IV; Senior Inter- 
collegiate Boxing I-III; Swimming; Hockey. 
Future: — Business. 

MARVIN GILBERT LESTER, Toronto B S^P (324) 

Pass, Riverdale C.I.; Fraternity Executive; Interfaculty Water polo 
MI; Hillel MIL 
Future: — Medical School. 

ELEANOR MARGUERITE LEVER. Niagara Falls. Ont. (325) 

Art and Archaeology. Niagara Falls C.I.; Varsity .Aquacade IV: 
Hockej' I-Il; U.C. Basketball I-IV; Varsity Basketball II, III. 
Future: — Merchandising or O.C.E. 



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MRS. SHIRLEY K. LEWIS (326) 

Pass. 

GRETCHEN ERICA LIEBMANN. Toronto AAA (327) 

Pass, Westdale C.I.; Spanisli Club I; German Club III; V. of T. 
Symphony Orchestra III; Archery Club III. 
Future: — Interior Decorating. 

ROBERT EDWARD LIGHTFOOT. Brantford. Ont. (328) 

Modern Languages and Literatures. Brantford C.I.; U.C. French 
Club I-IV; Executive I; Secretary II; French Plays, Hart House I- 
IV; German Club I-IV; German Plays; Program Committee II; 
President III; Spanish Club I-III; I.S.O. I-III. 

HERBERT KENNEDY LINCOLN, Fairfield. Conn. K i: (329) 

Pass. Admiral Billard Naval Academy; Football I; V.C. Follies l-III; 
."Ml-Varsitv Revue III; Ski Club I, III; Interfraternitv Hockey and 
Basketball I-III. 

MARVIN HAROLD LIPMAN, Toronto B SP (330) 

Psychologw Humberside C.I.; Psychology Club IV; U.C. Basketball 
I-IV; Volleyball I-IV; Soccer I; U.C. Follies II-IV. 

ROBERT GEORGE LIPPERT, Kitchener, Ont. (331 ) 

Pass. St. Jerome's College; Blue and White Society; Newman Club. 
Future: — Medicine. 

NORMAN STANLEY LIPSON. Picton. Ont. HA* {332) 

Pass, Albert College; U.C. Basketball I-III; Humanist Club I; 
Conservative Club II; Political Science Club III. 

Future: — Tried Commerce and Finance, Tried Pass Arts, will try 
working. 



EVELYN P. LIPTON 



(333 ) 



MILLARD ROGER LISTER, Toronto (334) 

Pass, North Toronto C.I.; salesman in extra time; boxing; football. 
Future: — Business. 

ARTHUR WILTSHIRE LIVINGSTON. Toronto (335) 

English Language and Literature, Humberside C.I.; U.C. Players 
Guild I-IV; A.M. and D. Staff The Varsity I; Entertainment I-II; 
Hart House Theatre II. 

JOHN BARRY LLOYD. Toronto (336) 

Pass, Runnymede C.I. 

Future: — Post grad work in sciences or a position in a Toronto sales 
office. 

JOHN FREDERICK LOGAN, Lindsay, Ont. (337) 

Pass, Lindsay C.I. 
Future: — Medicine. 

BARNEY DAVID LOFTUS, Peterborough. Ont. HA* (338) 

General, Peterborough C.I.; Executive Hart House Table Tennis 
Club; U.C. Water polo; U.C. Volleyball; Hart House Bridge; 
Hillel. 
Future: — Osgoode Hall. 

PHYLLIS MARIAN LONG, Hamilton, Ont. (339) 

Household Science. Central C.I.; Household Economics Club I-IV; 
Badminton Club III-IV; Canterbury Club IV. 
Future: — Home Economist. 

STANLEY WILLIAM LONG, Toronto (340) 

Law, Bloor C.I.; Revolver Club l-II; U.C. Volleyball III; Tennis. 
Future: — Osgoode Hall. 

W. JOHN LOWDEN (341 ) 

Pass. 

HAROLD WILLIAM LUBBOCK, Aurora, Ont. (342) 

Pass, Aurora High; Intercollegiate Wrestling Team II-III; Badmin- 
ton Club; Tennis. 

EDWARD H. LUCK (343) 

Pass. 

PHYLLIS LUGG, Windsor, Ont. (344) 

Modern History, Walkerville C.I.; Modern History Club II-IV; 
French Club I-II; Music Club III-IV; Badminton. 
Future:— O.C.E. 

NICHOL.AS M. LUKACH (345) 

General. 

ARTHUR LUNDY, Toronto (346) 

Pass, Harbord C.I.; Political Science Club; International Relations 
Club; Tennis. 
Future: — Attend Osgoode. 

DONALD A. LYON (347) 

Mathematics and Physics. 

JOAN IS.ABEL MacGREGOR, Cochrane, Ont. (348) 

Pass. Cochrane High; French Club I-III; U.C. Baseball; U.C. 
Hockey. 
Future: — Ontario College of Education. 

RODERICK STUART JOSEPH MacINTOSH. Toronto (349) 

Pass, Riverdale C.I. 
Future: — Teaching School. 

.ALEX NORMAN MacIVER. Fort William, Ont. (350) 

Law, Fort William C.I.; Law Club; Knox College Association; Social 

Committee Knox College; Badminton Club. 

Future: — LL.B. at U. of T.; vegetate. 
FRANCES ALICE MACKEY, Richmond Hill, Ont. (351) 

Pass. Parry Sound High. 

Future: — High school teacher. 
DONALD FREDERICK MACKIE. Scarboro, Ont. (352) 

Law. Scarboro C.I.; L'niversity Badminton Club. Treasurer III; 

Baseball and Badminton. , 

Future: — Osgoode Hall. 




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RONALD A. MacKINNON' 

Pass. 



(3S3) 



MRS. MILDRED LOUISE MACLAREN. Halifax, N.S. (354) 

Modern History, Halifax Countv .Academy, Modern History Club 
II-IV. 

Future: — -A course in Library Science at either McGill or Toronto 
University. 



A. D. MacMILL.\N 
Pass. 



(355) 



JOHN JOSEPH MacQUARRIE, Windsor, Ont. (356) 

Pass, Walkerville C.I.; Varsity Band; Camera Club; Amateur Radio 
Committee; University Symphony; .\ll-\'arsity Revue. 
Future: — More physics? 

SIDNEY P. MAEERS (357) 

Psychology 

MRS. BEATRICE M.AGDER, Toronto (358) 

Modern History. Harbord C.I. 
Future: — Social Work and Babies. 

DON.4LD MacLE.AN MANTLE, Toronto (359) 

Pass, Oakwood C.I.; C.O.T.C. 
Future:— O.C.E. 

BENJAMIN MARCUS, Ottawa. Ont. (360) 

Pass. Lisgar C.I.; U.C. Follies; U.C. Basketball; C.O.T.C. 
Future : — Medicine. 

EVELYN CONSTANCE MARGLES, Port Hope, Ont. (361) 

Pass, Port Hope High; Law Club. Counsellor I; All-Varsity Revue 
III; Flying Club Secretary III; International Relations Club III; 
Film Society; Engaged III. 
Future: — Stumble perhaps, yet rise again. 

BARBARA JOAN MARTIN. Toronto ATA (362) 

Pass, Riverdale C.I.; U.C. Follies II-lII; All-Varsity Revue II-III. 
Future: — Post grad work in child psychology. 



BRUCE M. 
Pass. 



MARTIN 



(363) 



ISABEL BERNICE MASON, St. Catharines, Ont. AX Q (364) 

Pass, St. Catharines CI.; U.C. Singers I-III; U.C. Operetta III. 
Future: — Advertising or personnel work. 



(365) 

(366) 
(367) 



(368) 
-T.C. Classics Club I- 



(369) 



JOHN ARTHUR M.ASSINGBERD, Toronto 
Pass, Western Tech.; C.O.T.C. 
Future: — Business. 

EDWARD J. MASTRONARDI 
Food Chemistry. 

THOMAS JOHN MATCHETT, Toronto 

Chemistry, Humberside C.I.; Chemistry Club. 
Future: — Post graduate work. 

NORA JEAN MATHESON, Toronto 

Latin and French, Lawrence Park C.I.: U.C. 
IV; U.C. Singers II-lII; The Undergrad III. 
Future:— O.C.E. 

EARLE G. MATTHEWS 
Pass. 

ELIZABETH MARIE MAY, Brampton, Ont. A O H (370) 

Pass, Brampton High; Manager of L'.C. Baseball Team; U.C. Hockey 
Team. 
Future: — Social Work. 

VIRGINIA J. MAYBEE (371) 

Pass. 

JOHN PATTERSON MAYBERRY. Winnipeg, Man. (372) 

Mathematics and Physics. U.C.C.; M. and P. Club; Lit. Year 
Secretary I; .All-Varsity Revue III-IV; U.C. Follies IV; Fantasy of 
4<). Ill; Red Mill IV; Hart House Glee Club II, IV. 
Future: — M.A. at Toronto, then ?? 

ANNE A. McCART 
.Art and .Archaeology. 

MA.XWELL NORM.AN McC.ARTER. Walkerton. Ont. 
Pass, Walkerton High; Knox Hockey I, II; Knox Soccer I. 
Future: — Business Administration. 



ROBERT W. McCAULEY 
General. 

JAMES D. McCOLMAN 
Pass. 



(373) 
(374) 

(375) 
(376) 



JEAN TAYLOR McCORVIE. Willowdale, Ont. (377) 

General. Earl Haig C.I.; Household Economics Club I-IV; Canter- 
bury Club II-IV. 

JOYCE LOUISE McCRE.ATH. St. Thomas, Ont. A O H (378) 

Pass. Havergal College; German Club I: International Relations 
Club II-III: Liberal Club III; Toronto Skating Club. 
Future: — .A summer in Europe and then — to work! 

WILLIAM JAMES McDOWALL, Port Arthur, Ont. (379) 

Geography. Port Arthur C.I.; Geography Club; Hart House Ex- 
ploration Society; U.C. Follies IV, 

EMERSON L. McDOWELL (380) 

Pass. 

RALPH WILLIAM McDOWELL. Toronto AXA (381) 

Pass, Forest Hill High; C.O.T.C. I-II; Psychology Club I. 



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JEAN McKACHERN. Winnipeg. Man. T <J> B (382) 

Pass. Rupert's Land School; Volleyball II-lII; Baseball II-III; 
U.C. Ski Rep. Il-Ill; International Relations Club II 111; (Modern 
History Club III. 
Future: — Travel, then business course. 



CHARLES E. McFADDEN 
Art and -Xrchaeology. 



JOHN McGregor 

General. 



(383 ) 
(384) 
(385) 



MARLON LOUISE McINTYRE, Collingwood, Ont. 
Household Economics. Collingwood C.I.; U.C. Singers. 
Future:— O.C.E. 

ANN ELIZABETH McKAY. St. Thomas. Ont. AOO (386) 

.\rt and ."Archaeology, St. Thomas C.I.; On Year Executive; House 
Executive; Volleyball E^xecutive; Tennis; Skiing; Follies II-IV; U.C. 
Oi)eretta IV. 
Future: — To find an apartment in Toronto! 



FREDERICK A. McKAV 

Philosophy (English or History). 

RAYMOND BERNARD McKEE. Toronto 
Pass, Malvern C.I. 



(387) 



(388) 



DONALD ROYCE McKILLICAN, Alliston, Ont. (389) 

Pass. Knox College Missionary and Theological Society, Member. 
Future: — To study Theology at Knox College. 



ROBERT N. Mclaughlin 

General. 



DONALD A. R. McLEAN 

Pass. 



GORDON DONALD McLENNAN, Fort William. Ont. 
Latin, Port Arthur High; Secretary of Holwood House III. 
Future: — Post grad work at Toronto. 



(390) 



(391) 



(392) 



HUGH McMillan 

Pass. 


(393) 


JAMES R. McMURRICH 
Pass. 


(3941 


DUNCAN R. McNAB 
Pass. 


(395) 


RALPH NORMAN MEAKES. Toronto 
Pass, Riverdale C.I. 
Future: — Law. 


(396) 


CHARLES EDWARD MEDLAND. Toronto 

Pass. St. Andrew's College; Junior "B" Hockey I-II. 
Future: — Post grad work at O..A.C. 


A A <I> (397 ) 


ANITA MENDEL 

English Language and Literature. 


(398) 


JOSEPH D.AVID JACOB MENDELSOHN. Toronto 
General, Harbord C.I.; Camera Club — Follies. 


(399) 


BRUCE ALLAN MILES. Toronto 


(400) 



Pass. Humberside C.I.; Presbyterian Fellowship — Publicity Director 
III; U.C. Football II-III; Knox III. 

Future: — Enter Knox College in preparation for the ministry of the 
Presbyterian Church in Canada. 

SYBIL KATHLEEN MILES, Toronto A F A (401) 

General, Lawrence Park C.I.; Biology Club I-IV. 

SALLY M. MILLAR. Toronto KKr(402) 

Household Economics. Havergal College. 

GUY WORRALL MILLS, Toronto (403) 

Mathematics and Physics, Upper Canada College; University 
Sailing Team II-III; Hart House Squash Racquets Committee IV. 

MRS. MARGARET A. MILLS (404) 

Psychology. 

MARGARET HANNAH MILLS. Grand View. Man. (405) 

Pass. Grand View High. 
Future: — Post grad. London School of Speech Therapy. 

JOHN MINOUGHAN, Toronto (406) 

Pass. 
Future: — Work! 




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WILLIAM ALFRED MONAGHAN, Saint John. \.B. f407) 

Political Science and Economics, Saint John High; Political Science 
Club III-IV; President IV. 
Future: — Post grad work. 

LAURA AMY MONSAROFF, Hamilton, Ont. AX Q (408) 

Psychology, Westdale C.I.; Psychology Club I-IV; U.C. Basketball 
Team I-II; President of AX D Fraternity IV; Reporter, The \'arsily 
III. 
Future: — A position in a mental health clinic. 

DOROTHY JEAN MORRISON, Haileybury, Ont. (409) 

Psychology, Havergal College; Psychology Club I-IV; Hockey I-IV; 
U.C. Hockey Rep. Ill; U.C. Assistant Athletic Director IV. 

NORMAN WOODS MORTIMER, Toronto (410) 

Physiology and Biochemistry, U.T.S. ; U.C. .Athletic Board IV; 
Intercollegiate and L'.C. Swimming and Water polo III-IV. 
Future: — Medicine. 

ROBERT ERIC MOUNTAIN. Stratford, Ont. (411) 

Law. Stratford C.I.; Law Club I-IV; Canterbury Club II-IV; Vice- 
President IV; C.O.T.C. I-III; Wycliffe Soccer; Hockey; Wycliffe 
Lit.; Wycliffe Athletic .Association. 
Future: — Osgoode Hall. 

MILTON JAMES MOWBRAY. Brooklin, Ont. (412) 

Political Science and Economics, Whitbv High; Secretary-Treasurer 
of 5T0 II, IV; U.C. Singers II-IV. 



ANN ELIZABETH MUIR. Orillia, Ont. 

Pass, Orillia C.I.; Young Progressive Conservative Club. 
Future: — Teaching. 



(413) 



MRS. PATRICIA TENEY MURDOCH, Toronto F * B (414) 

Law, North Toronto C.I.; Law Club; U.C. Follies Chorus; Rushing 
Co-Chairman for Pan Hellenic Association; Got married in summer 
'49; Commute from Newmarket. 
Future: — Home and Family. 



FRANK C. MURPHY 

Pass. 



(415) 



DANIEL MODEST MYCYK, Toronto (416) 

Physiology and Biochemistry, Gymnasium in Lviv; Ukrainian 
Students' Club. 
Future: — To complete studies at the Faculty of Medicine at Varsity 

WILLIAM MYKULA. Toronto (417) 

Law, Bloor C.I.; Law Club; Basketball I-II; Boxing II. 
Future: — Law. 

ERNEST K. NABERT (418 

General. 

HOMER BAYNES NEILLY, Aurora, Ont. (419) 

Political Science and Economics, .Aurora High; Political Science 
Club II-IV; International Relations Club IV. 
Future: — Civil Service. 

SHIRLEY JENE NEILSON, Burlington, Ont. A* (420) 

Pass, Ontario Ladies College; Progressive Conservative Club; U.C. 
Follies; All-Varsity Show. 
Future: — Art course. 



ELMER NEKORIAK, Saskatoon, Sask. 
Pass, Badminton; Ukrainian Students Club. 
Future:— O.C.E. 

BERNARD NEWMAN 
Pass. 

ROBERT W. NICHOLLS 
Pass. 



(421 > 



(422) 



(423) 



EDWARD ANDREW NIXON. Toronto (424) 

Pass, East York C.I.; U.C. Follies I-II; Varsitv Band I-III; 
U.N.T.D. I-III; U.A.F. (R.C.A.F.) Ill; U.C. Basketball II; Squash; 
Bridge. 
Future: — R.C.A.F. — permanent force. 



PAUL H. ODENSE 
General. 



(425) 



ARAYA SELASSIE OGBAZGY, Addis Abeba. Ethiopia (426) 

Pass, Haile-Selassie High; Member of I.R.C. and Treasurer of the 
I.S.O.; U.C Soccer III. 

Future: — Hope to do post graduate study either in Toronto or 
McGill. 

K.AZVO GEORGE OlYE, Toronto ■ (427) 

Pass, Westdale Secondary School; Make-up. The Varsily II-III, 
Future: — Osgoode Hall. 



DULCIE JOAN ORME. Ottawa, Ont. 
Pass, Glebe C.I. 



(428) 



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JOHN TERENCE OSBOURNE. Gait. Ont. 
Pass, U.C.C; Hart House Glee Club I-UI; 
Singers I; Swimming; Golf. 
Future: — Study Law. 

B.ARBARA .'XNNE OWENS, Toronto 
Pass. Branksome Hall. 

JOAN MERVIN PAINTER. Toronto 
Pass. St. Clement's C.I. 



<l>r A (429) 
U.C. Follies II; U.C. 



A * (430) 



ATA (431) 



BARBARA KATHLEEN PARKER, Sarnia, Ont. (432) 

Modern Languages and Literatures, Sarnia C.I.; Modern Letters 
Club. President III. Secretary IV; French Club. Secretary III. 
Future; — Post graduate at Toronto. 

AUDREY FLORENCE PARRETT. Preston. Ont. (433) 

English Language and Literature, Preston High; The Varsity Make- 
up Staff IV; Torontonensis Staff III-IV. 
Future: — Publishing or Journalism. 

IRWIN W. PASTERNAK. Toronto HA * (434) 

Pass. Bloor C.I.; Associate Director All-Varsity Revue III; U.C. 
Follies and All-Varsity Revue II; Basketball and Volleyball I-III; 
Refereed Basketball and Football. 
Future: — Osgoode Hall. 

HOWARD SAMUEL PATTERSON. Caledon East. Ont. (435) 

Geography. Orangeville High; U. of T. Geography Club II-IV. 
Future: — O.C.E.. Teaching. 

JOHN FREDERICK PATTERSON. Toronto (436) 

Modern Languages. North Toronto C.I.; French Club I-IV; Presi- 
dent IV; Music Club III; Skiing. 

GERALD PAWLOWSKI. Toronto (437) 

Pass. Central Tech.; Society for American Archaeology. Publication 
Editor; C.O.T.C.; Public Relations Officer; Reporter The Varsity; 
Fencing. 
Future: — Post grad work in Physical Anthropology. 



MARILYN MacLEOD PEEVER. Sudbury. Ont. 
Psychology. Sudbury High; Psychology Club II-IV. 



(438) 



JUNE L. PEMBERTON, Port Credit, Ont. ATA (439) 

Art and -Archaeology. Varsity Cheer Leader III-IV; Costume 
Designer for Follies III-IV; 
Future: — Going to France in June. 

ELLIOTT RAPHEAL PEPPER, Toronto B SP (440) 

Law. Harbord C.I.; Executive Spadina Young Liberal Club III; 
Trainer U.C. Senior Rugby IV; Hart House Glee Club; Member of 
Hart House Squash Racquets Committee IV. 



JAMES ARTHUR PERCIVAL, Toronto 
Pass. Northern Vocational. 
Future : — Teaching. 



(441) 



BERNICE HELENA PERITZ. Montreal. Que. (442) 

Sociology. Took 3 years of Sociology at McGill LTniversity and came 
to Varsity to complete my undergraduate education. 



MICHAEL PFLANZER. Toronto 
Pass, Parkdale C.I. 



(443) 



JEAN JOHANNE PHILLIPS. Toronto (444) 

Household Science. Harbord C.I.; Badminton Club; Music; House- 
hold Economics Club. 
Future: — Dietetics. 

HAROLD TREMAINE PHILP. Toronto K 2 (445) 

General. Humberside C.I.; Treasurer K S Fraternity; Vice-President 
Inter-fraternity Council; Basketball: Golf. 
Future: — Post grad work in Commerce. 



SIDNEY JOHN PIKE. Toronto 
Pass. 
Future:— Attend O.C.E. 



(446) 



OLIVE-JANE PIPER. Fort William. Ont. A* (447) 

Pass. Fort William C.I.; Second Year Executive; Tennis; Skiing; 
Badminton; Music. 
Future: — Europe, then post-grad work. 



JOAN G. PLAYLE 

Physiology and Biochemistry. 



(448) 



HENRY MALCOLM MILTON POLITSKY, Toronto (449) 

Law, Harbord C.I.; Hart House Debates Committee; Camera Club; 
Squash Racquets; Law Club. 
Future: — Law at Osgoode Hall. 

BEVERLEY MARY POLLOCK. Carleton Place. Ont. (4.50) 

Pass, Carleton Place High. 

JOHN POLTZ (451) 

Pass. 

WILLIAM TOWNSEND PUNTER. Niagara Falls. Ont. (452) 

Pass. Stamford C.I. 




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BRUCE MALCOLM RALPH. Toronto 
Pass, Albert College, C.O.T.C. 
Future: — Study Law at University of Toronto, 



(453) 



GRETCHEN RATZ, Tavistock, Ont. KKT (454) 

Household Economics. Stratford C.L; Ilird Year President W.U.A. 
Ill; Hockey I; Volleyball II-III; Costumes for Follies IIL 
Future: — A career. 

JANE ELIZABETH RATZ, Ottawa. Ont. AT (455) 

Household Economics, Kitchener C.I.; W.U.A. President, Treasurer; 
Basketball I-II; Volleyball II-IU. 
Future: — Work in a Lab., Marriage. 

JOHN WILSON RAYMOND, Fergus, Ont. (456) 

Pass. Fergus High; Lacrosse I-III; Basketball I-III; Athletic 
Representative III. 
Future: — Business. 



MARGARET A. REID, Niagara Falls, Ont. 
Household Economics, Niagara Falls C.I. 



(457) 



FRED.-^ REITER. Toronto 

Philosophy and English. Bloor C.I.; 

Executive 1950; I.Z.F..A. 

Future: — Post grad work or Teaching 

FRANK G. RICE 
General. 



(458) 
U. of T. Film Society; Hillel, 



(459) 



GEORGIA MARIANNE RIDDELL. Palmerston. Ont. AAA (460) 
Pass. Palmerston High; Liberal Club II-III; Treasurer III; Delta 
Delta Delta Fraternity, (Pan Hellenic Representative). 
Future:— O.C.E. 



KATHLEEN M. RIMMINGTON 
Pass. 



(461) 



MARY RUTH ELIZABETH RINGSLEBEN, Toronto (462) 

F^nglish Language and Literature, Forest Hill C.L; Modern Letters 
Club I-IV; Social Convener IV; Peace Council IV; Publicity Director. 

BARBARA JEAN ROBERTSON, Toronto A * (463) 

Household Economics, Lawrence Park C.L; Household Economics 
Club I-IV; Victoria Drama Club I; U.C. Basketball III. 
Future: — Ontario College of Education. 

JANET BEVERLEY ROBERTSON, Toronto H B * (464) 

Pass, Havergal College; International Relations Club II-III. 

ROBERT ALAN JOSEPH ROGER. Toronto (465) 

Politcal Science and Economics. Upper Canada College; Political 
Science Club I, II; International Relations Club III; Business 
Manager The Undergrad IV; U.C. Soccer I-II; Tennis III; Golf III; 
Debating. 
Future: — Post grad work at London, England, or Chicago. 



EDITH ESTHER ROSENBERG. Toronto 
Physiology and Biochemistry. Harbord C.L 
Club II-III; I.Z.F.A. IV. 



(466) 
Hillel I-IV; Biology 



RICHARD ROSENBERG. Toronto OA * (467) 

Pass. Oakwood C.L; Hillel I-III; U.C. Follies I; Physics Club I. 
Future: — Post grad work. 

AUDREY CHLEVERA ROSS, Toronto ATA (468) 

Political Science and Economics, Branksome Hall; U.C. Follies I-IV; 
Political Science Club. 
Future: — Post graduate work. 

ELIZ.^BETH JEAN ROSS. Marathon. Ont. (469) 

Modern History and Modern Languages, Lawrence Park C.L; 
Bowling; U.C. Rep. Ill; President IV; Music Club IV; Fourth Year 
Publicity Director. 

WILLIAM McMORRAN P. ROSS. Welland. Ont. * K H (470) 

Political Science and Economics. Welland High; International 
Relations Club; Political Science Club; Liberal Association; United 
Nations Institute. Mt. Holyoke III. 
Future: — Post grad in Economics — location undecided. 

ROSE ROTENBERG, Toronto (471) 

Pass. Harbord C.L; Any form of Art work. Painting; Designmg etc. 
Future: — Post grad work at Ann Arbor. University of Michigan. 



SALLY RUBENSTEIN. Toronto 

Pass. Harbord C.L; Hillel; U.C. Follies I-III. 

BARBARA A. RUFFLEY 
Pass. 



A * E (472) 
(473) 



JAMES RUSE, Toronto (474) 

Pass, Danforth Tech.; Rifle Club I; Archaeology Club II; Badminton 
Club III; Ski Club I-III; Tennis. 
Future: — Post grad work at Toronto. 



30 



UNIVERSITY COLLEGE 



OREST ROMAN SAMETZ. Edmonton, Alta. (475) 

General, Harbord C.I.; Ukrainian Students' Club I-IV; Law Club 1- 
II; Boxing II; Basketball I-II. 
Future: — Post grad. 

ALLEN ELLIOT SAMUELS, Toronto (476) 

Pass, Central Tech.; U. of T. Liberal Association. 

ALLAN G. SANGSTER (477) 

Biology. 

ERNEST JAMES SAUNDERS, Mimico, Ont. (478) 

Pass, Rehab.; Ski Club; Hart House Exploration Society. 
Future: — Make my poke in the Arctic, see the world, settle in 
Northern British Columbia. 

JEAN GRACE SAUNDERSON, Mexico City, Mexico. A O H (479) 
Art and Archaeology, Havergal College; Spanish Club I-IV; 
Treasurer III; AGH, Treasurer IV; Swimming; Field Hockey; 
House Executive; .^11-Varsity Revue; Fine Art Club. 
Future: — Continue being a crazy artist. 

WILDA L. SCARROW, Owen Sound, Ont. (480) 

Pass, Owen Sound C.I.; French Club I-III; Russian Club II; Fine 
Art Club I; Orchestra I; Players' Guild III; S.C.M. MIL 
Futiu-e: — Teaching. 

ARTHUR SIDNEY SCHIPPER, Toronto B S P (481) 

Pass, Forest Hill C.I.; Beta Sigma Rho Fraternity, Auditor II; Vice- 
Chancellor HI; Radio Amateur Club III; U.C. Jr. Basketball I-III; 
U.C. Sr. Volleyball I-III; Hillel I-III; Ski Club; Advertising Com- 
mittee — U.C. Follies II. 
Future: — Business. 

FREDERICK HUGH SCHULTZ, Hespeler, Ont. (482) 

Biology, Preston High; Biology Club I-IV; Hockey; Squash; Tennis. 
Future: — Post grad work at Toronto. 



RICHARD JAMES SEMPLE, Toronto 
Mathematics and Physics, Humberside C.L 

GERALD SHANKMAN 

Political Science and Economics. 



(483) 
(484) 



JOSEPH SHAPIRO, Toronto (485) 

Mathematics and Physics, Riverdale C.L; Mathematics and Physics 
Society II-III; U.C. Rugby III-IV; U.C. Basketball I-IV. 
Future: — Post grad work. 

LOL.'V SHAUL, Toronto A * E (486) 

Pass. Harbord C.L; Hillel I-III; Astronomy Club I; Sorority 
Program Chairman III. 
Future: — Marriage. 

ALVIN JOHN SHAW. Owen Sound, Ont. (487) 

Modern Languages and Literatures, Owen Sound C.L; "73" I-IV- 
Secretary II; H.C.A.P.A. IV; Players' Guild I-IV; Spanish Club III- 
IV; Secretary IV; Liberal Club I-II; French Club III-IV; Active in 
Hart House Theatre productions. 
Future: — Post grad and/or O.C.E. 

MARION CAMPBELL SHAW, Hespeler, Ont. (488) 

Modern Languages and Literatures, Gait C.L; U.C. Singers I-IV; 
U.C. Music Club III-IV; Vice-President IV; All-Varsity Chorus III; 
U.C. French Club I-IV. 

MARGARET PORTER SHEARER, Lansing. Ont. (489) 

Household Economics, East York C.L; Household Economics Club 
I-IV; Badminton Club II-IV. 
Future: — Future plans include practical application of the course. 

BEN ZION SHEK. Toronto (490) 

Political Science and Economics. Vaughan Rd. C.L; Basketball I-IV; 
U.C. Sr. Volleyball III-IV; Robinette Debates Winner II; L.P.P. 
Club Educational Director IV. 

DOROTHY M. SHERRIFF, Toronto (491) 

Household Economics. Western Tech.; University Badminton Club 
III-IV; Publicity Director IV; Household Economics Club I-IV. 

MARIE JEANNETTE SHEWCHUK, Oshawa, Ont. (492) 

Pass, Oshawa C.L; French Club I; Ukrainian Students' Club I-III; 
Secretary II, IV; U.C. Basketball Manager II-III; U.C. Tennis 
Representative III. 
Future: — Business. 

MARY VIRGINIA SHIACH, Toronto AAA (493) 

Pass, St. Clement's C.L; Spanish Club I; Psychology Club II-III; 
Progressive Conservative Club III; Advertising, The Undergrad III. 
Future: — School of Social Work. 



VIRGINIA G. SHIPLEY 
Sociology. 



(494) 



SHIRLEY GRACE SILVERTON, Toronto AX Q (495 ) 

Pass, Vaughan Road C.L; U.C. Music Club I, III; U.C. Follies III.; 

LEONARD SIMPSON, Toronto HA * (496) 

Political Science and Economics, Forest Hill C.L; Basketball I-IV 
Volleyball I-II; Hart House Bridge Club I-II; Political Science Club 

Future: — Osgoode Hall or Retail Merchandising. 

EDGAR BERLIND SINGER,|Toronto (497) 

Biology, Forest Hill C.L; International Students Organization, 
Publicity Director II-III; Social Director IV; Biology Club ML 
Future: — Post grad work at Toronto. 




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UNIVERSITY COLLEGE 




GKRALDINE MARIE SKELTON, Walkerton, Ont. 
Household Science, Walkerton High. 



(498) 



JEAN ELIZABETH SLACK, Fort William, Ont. A * (499) 

Pass, Fort William C.I.; U.C. Follies II-III; U.C. Singers I-III. 

GEORGE WILLIAM SLINGER, Guelph, Ont. (SOO) 

General, Guelph C.I.; Chemical Club; U.C. Basketball, Volleyball I- 
IV; Residence Athletic Director III. 
Future: — Teaching. 



WILLIAM JOEL SLONE, Ottawa. Ont. 
Pass. Lisgar C.I. 
Future: — Entering any dental college that will take me. 



(501) 



BARBARA JEAN SMITH. Oakville, Ont. AX Q (502) 

General. Oakville High; Women's Commerce Club Executive I- 
House Committee II; U.C. Hockey Team I-III; IV Yr. President 
(W.IT.A.); U.C. Parliament III-IV; Portia Debates III-IV; Toronlo- 
nensis Rep. IV. 
Future: — Europe, I hope! 

FRANCES DOREEN SMITH, Regina. Sask. (503) 

English Language and Literature. Scott C.I.; Publicity Director IV; 
French Club; Modern Letters Club; U.C. Players' Guild. 
Future: — Work in a publishing house as a reader. 



HERBERT ALFRED SMITH, Toronto 
Geography. Rehab.; Geography Club. 
Future: — Post graduate work. 

LEONARD R. SMITH 

Pass. 

WILLIAM SMITH, Toronto 

Pass, East York C.I.; Chess Club; Philosophy Club. 
Future: — Post grad at Toronto. 



SX (504) 



(505) 



(506) 



PATRICIA BARBARA SMITHERS. Kitchener. Ont. AOH (507) 
Modern History, Kitchener- Waterloo C.I.; Modern History Club 
III-IV; Fraternity Treasurer III; President IV. 

MYER MICHAEL SOLOMON, Toronto (508) 

Pass, Harbord C.I. 
Future: — To be admitted to the Bar — and drink like the rest. 

CLIFFORD SOLWAY ' (509) 

Philosophy. 

HARRY HUBERT SOPER. Toronto (510) 

Psychology, East York C.I.; Vice-President Psychology Club IV; 
Hart House Glee Club I- IV. 
Future: — Post grad work. 

ELMER WALTER SOPHA. Cobalt, Ont. (511) 

Political Science and Economics. Cobalt High; Political Science Club 
I-IV; Married Students Club. Treasurer IV; Hart House Debates 
Committee IV; U.C. Literary Society Ex-Service Rep. IV; Speaker 
U.C. Mock Parliament IV; Robinette Debates II-IV; Badminton. 
Future: — Law at Osgoode. 



WILMOT JOHN SOWDEN, Toronto 
Pass, Rehab. 



(512) 



CONSTANCE MURIEL SPARROW. Toronto AX Q (513) 

Psychology, Havergal College; Psychology Club I-II; U.C.'s Ski 
Rep. II; President of Women's Skiing III-IV; The Varsily III-IV; 
Women's Sports Editor IV; Intercollegiate Ski Team I-IV; 
Swimming. 
Future: — Newspaper work. 

SHIRLEY ANITA SPECK. St. Catharines. Ont. (514) 

Pass. St. Catharines C.I.; Basketball I-II; Intercollegiate Basketball 
II; Hockey I; Baseball I-II. 



WILLIAM D. SPENCE 
Pass. 

lOHN ALEXANDER SPROULE. Bobcaygeon. Ont. 
Pa.ss. Lindsay C.I.; Blue and White Band I-III. 
Future: — Medicine. 

HARVEY C. ST.A.NCER, Toronto 

Physiology and Biochemistry, Jar vis C.I. 



(SIS) 



(516) 



(517) 



PAUL IGNACE BLAZE STANISZEWSKI, Montreal, Que. (518) 
Pass, D'Arcy McGee High; Near East Club II-III; Spanish Club II; 
French Club II. 
Future: — Post grad work in oriental history and law school, McGill. 

BEVERLEY STARKMAN, Toronto A E * (519) 

Pass, Nortli Toronto C.I.; Psychology Club I-III; Spanish Club II- 
III; Hillel; Philosophy Club I-III. 
Future: — Post grad work at U. of T. in Child Psychology. 

JOHN CAMERON STEARS, Toronto (520) 

Physiology and Biochemistry, Lawrence Park C.I.; C.O.T.C. I-III; 
Hart House Camera Club I-IV. 
Future: — Medicine at U. of T. 



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UNIVERSITY COLLEGE 



LEONARD MOSES STEINBERG, Toronto (521 ) 

Matliematicsanrt Physics. Harbord C.I.; Camera Committee III-IV; 
Institute of Radio Engineers; Canadian Association of Pliysicists. 

REVA STEINBERG, Toronto (522) 

Pass. Harbord C.I.; L.P.P. Club Secretary-Treasurer I; Organizer 
II-III; National Student Committee E. P. P.— Chairman III. 
Future: — Child Psychology at Toronto. 

ELEANOR STEINHART. Windsor. Ont. A <I> E (523) 

Sociology, Sandwich C.I.; Political Science Club I; L'.C. Tennis 
Team II"; Film Society III; Pan Hellenic Treasurer IV; Hillel. 



DAVID J. STENHOUSE 
Mathematics and Physics. 

ALLAN E. STEWART 
Pass. 



(524) 
(525) 
r526) 



HOWARD JAMES F. STEWART, Toronto 

Pass, Upper Canada College; University Sailing Club. 
Future: — Osgoode Hall. 

ELIZABETH ANN STONE, Belleville. Ont. KKT (527) 

Pass. Belleville C.I. 

LUTHER OSWELL SULLIVAN. Port-of-Spain. Trinidad (528) 

Pass. London Matriculation. International Club. 
Future: — Teaching and further study. 

MURRAY SUSSMAN, Toronto HA * (529) 

Pass, Lawrence Park C.I.; Intramural Sports Committee I; U.C. 
Basketball I-III; Squash III; Publicity Director All-Varsity Revue 
III; Program Director U.C. Follies II; Vice-President Fraternity II; 
Advertising Manager U.C. Follies I; Hillel I-III. 
Future: — Business. 

ROBERT A. F. SUTHERLAND. Maniwaki. Que. (530) 

Political Science and Economics, Upper Canada College; L^C. Follies 
I-III; Players' Guild I-IV; Stage Manager II-III; French Club III; 
Political Science Club II-III; International Relations Club III-IV; 
Stage Work, Hart House I-III; U.C. Literary Director IV. 
Future: — Graduate F^conomics. 

J. EARL SWALLOW. Niagara Falls, Ont. (531) 

English Language and Literature, Niagara Falls C.I. 

OLGA H. SZKLAR (532) 

Pass. 

ROSLYN H. TANZER (533) 

Pass. 

ALLEN ROBERT TAYLOR. Toronto (534) 

Pass, Humberside C.I. 

CHRISTOPHER NORMAN TAYLOR. Rockcliffe Park, Ont. (535) 
Political Science and Economics. 



FRANK W. R. TAYLOR 
General. 

JOHN H. TAYLOR 
Pass. 

KENNETH GLENN TEETER. Toronto 
Chemistry, North Toronto C.I. 
Future: — Teaching or Research. 

VERDUN E. THAYER 
Pass. 



(536) 
(537) 
(538) 

(539) 
(540) 



MICHAEL THOM.AS 
General. 

WALTER KEITH THOM.AS, Toronto (541) 

English Language and Literature. Humberside C.I.; Literary Editor 
The Undergrad III; Creative writing. 
Future: — Teaching and writing. 

ARTHUR C. THOMPSON (542) 

Sociology. 

KATHLEEN .ARDEN THOMSON, Hawkesbury, Ont. (543) 

Psychology, Hawkesburv High; Psychology Club I-IV; U.C. Music 
Club II-IV. 

MARG.ARET JOYCE THOMSON, Toronto (544) 

Modern Languages, Riverdale C.I.; All-Varsity Mixed Chorus III- 
IV; The Undergrad III; Intere.sted in I.S.S. Especially French 
Canadian Projects. 
Future: — Plan to work abroad after graduation. 

GORDON HILLYARD THORNTON. Mimico, Ont. (545) 

General, Mimico High. 

JOHN BRIDGES TINKER, Owen Sound, Ont. (546) 

Political Science and Economics. Owen Sound C.I.; U.C. Volleyball; 
Basketball I; Tennis I-IV; Editor The Reporter; The Varsity II; I.S.S. 
Public Relations; Vice-President I.R.C.; Historical Club III-IV; 
Camera Club I-IV. 
Future: — Post graduate work. 

MAIZIEGEORGINA TISDALE. Brampton. Ont. •^'^"— (547) 
Pass.. Brampton High; Presbyterian Fellowship. Publicity Director 
III. 
Future.— O.C.E. 




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(548) 



(549) 
Basketball I-III; 



NELDA AILENE TITUS 

HARVEY TONKEN, Toronto 

Pass, Harbord C.I.; Reporter The Varsity I; 

Swimming I-II. 
MORLEY LORNETORGOV. Sault Ste. Marie, Ont. HA* (550) 

Pass, Sault C.I.; Fraternity Executive; Feature Writer, The Varsity 

11-111; The Undergrad 1; Hillel; Modern Letters Club I; Music. 

Future: — Osgoode Hall, and the revision of Divorce Law! 
DIANA MARY TROOP. Toronto nB<I>(S51) 

Pass, Nortli Toronto C.I.; I.S.S. ; Sailing Club; Cheer leader; U.C. 

Follies. 

Future: — Travel; Course in Handicrafts or post grad in English or 

Sociology. 
JEAN ELIZABETH TRUEMNER, Chesley, Ont. A* (552) 

Household Economics. Chesley High; W.U.A. Year Executive I-III; 

U.C. Volleyball II-IV. 

Future: — Dietetics. 
JOHN WHITNEY TUFF, Toronto (553) 

Psychology, East York C.I.; Psychology Club II-IV; Basketball I. 

Future: — Post grad work. 
NEIL J. TURNBULL (554) 

Music. 
WILLIAM CLARKE TURNBULL, Toronto (555) 

Pass. Bloor C.I.; International Relations Club III; Political Science 

Club III. 

Future: — Post grad work at Toronto. 
MARSHALL HERBERT van OSTROM, York Mills, Ont. (556) 

Pass. Earl Haig C.I.; Varsity Christian Fellowship I-III; Wycliffe 

College Theological Society — Secretary II; Missionary Convener III; 

Vocation to the Ministry — Committee Member II; Young Peoples' 

Work. 

Future: — Evangelism — Church of England. 
KATHLEEN ELIZABETH VAUGHAN. Mimico. Ont. (557) 

Pass. Mimico High; Spanish and Anthropology Clubs; Interested in 

Films, Music, water sports. 

Future: — Further language study or industrial chemistry. 
JOHN VELANOFF. Geraldton, Ont. (558) 

Pass. Geraldton High. 

Future: — Continue on at Osgoode Hall. 
ARTHUR B. WAHLROTH. Toronto (559) 

Pass, Parkdale C.I.; Jr. Philosophy Club; ITniversity (Ajax) Flying 

Club Instructor; Squash Racquets; Toronto Flying Club. 
RUSSELL HAMILTON WAINES, Toronto (560) 

Geological Science, North Toronto C.I.; Hart House Table Tennis 

Club II-IV; Committee III; Secretary IV; Hart House Clubs 

Committee IV; Hart House Board of Stewards IV. 

Future: — Post grad work in Palaeontology at U. of T. 
EVELYN GLADYS WALKER, Ingersoll, Ont. KKT (561) 

Pass, Ingersoll C.I.; U.C. Follies I-II. 
ROSEMARY FAY WALKER, Toronto ^562) 

Household Economics, North Toronto C.I.; Class Representative II; 

Vice-President of House Economics Club III; President Household 

Economics Club IV. ^ 

Future: — Hope to crack textile advertising. 
GEORGE ROBERT WALLACE, Oshawa, Ont. (563) 

Mathematics and Physics, Oshawa C.I.; Athletic Director, U,C. Lit. 

IV; Basketball I-IV; Hockey III-IV; Volleyball III; Football IV. 

Future: — -Actuarial work. 
PETER YATES WALMSLEY, Toronto (564) 

Pass, Rehab. 

Future: — Graduate work in Anthropology. 
JANET ISABEL BURNAND WARD, Ottawa. Ont. (565) 

Pass, Nepean C.I.; U.C. Players' Guild I-lII; The Varsity I-III; 

Torontonensis I-III; Stage Make-up for U.C. Follies, and Meds. 

Daffydil Mil; U.C. Operetta; French Club II-III; 1st Vice-Presi- 
dent. Players' Guild III; Make-up Director All-Varsity Revue III. 

Future: — Post grad at Columbia — Journalism. 
JOHN ALBERT WARD, Sudbury. Ont. 

General, Sudbury High; U.C. Rugby 111; Boy Scout Work. 

Future: — Post grad work at Toronto. 
NORVAL WYNNFIELD YOUNG WATSON, Toronto 

Biology, Malvern C.I.; Biology Club I-IV; Skiing; 

Dramatics. 

Future: — Will be working with the Department of Agriculture for a 

while. Post graduate work here or at some foreign university. 
MARY DARLINE WAUGH, Port Arthur, Ont. (568) 

Household Economics, Fort William C.I.; All-Varsity Mixed Chorus 

II-IV; U.C. Music Club III-IV; Social Directress III-IV; U.C. 

Singers IV. 

Future: — Lab. work in food chemistry. 
JOHN D.'VVID WEBSTER, Toronto AK B (569) 

Pass, U.C.C; C.O.T.C; U.C. Follies; Liberal, Conservative and 

L.P.P. Clubs; Squash. 

Future: — Osgoode Hall. 
BARBARA THERESE WEINBERG. Toronto IAD (570) 

Psychology, Harbord CI.; Hillel I-IV; Secretary IV; lAH I-IV; 

President III. 

Future: — Post grad work. 



(566) 



(567) 
Hiking; 




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UNIVERSITY COLLEGE 



FRANCES DOREEN WEINSTOCK;. Toronto 

Pass. Harbord C.I.; Hillel I-III; Settlement House II. 
Future: — School of Social Work. 



I.\n (.S7I) 



(.S72) 
U.C. Music Club 



(573) 



MARG.ARET IDA WEST. Windsor. Ont. 

English Language and Literature. Walkerville C.I. 
I-IV; All-Varsity Mixed Chorus II. 
Future: —Marriage. 

GORDON I. WETSTEIN. Toronto 

Law. Harbord C.I.; Law Club; Debating. 
Future: — Osgoode Hall. 

RAYMOND LAVERNE WHALEY. Mount Hope. Ont. (574) 

Mathematics and Physics. Caledonia High; M. and P. Society I-II; 
Hart House Chess Club II; Business Director. The Undcrgrad III; 
"73" House Treasurer IV. 
Future: — Studies leading to Actuarial career. 



JOHN LINDSAY WHILLANS. Toronto 

Pass. Humberside C.I.; Tennis; Badminton and Swimming. 
Future: — Osgoode Hall. 



(.i7.S) 



(.S7f)) 
U.C. Operetta IV; 



(577) 



(578) 



(579) 



(582) 



1583) 



JEAN MARI.A.N WHITE. Bruce Mines, Ont. 
Household Economics. Sault Ste. Marie C.I.; 
All-Varsity Chorus II-III; Music Club III-IV. 
Future: — Hospital Dietetics. 

JOHN STANLEY WHITEHOUSE. Toronto 
Pass, Northern Vocational. 
Future: — Wycliffe College. 

ISOBEL KATHRYN WILLSON, Welland, Ont. 
Pass, Welland High. 
Future: — Post grad work in Montreal. 

WILLIAM B. K. WILSON 
Pass. 

RALPH WIN BERG. Toronto OA * (580) 

Pass, Oakwood C.I.; Pi Lambda Phi Charity Ball Chairman III; 
Hillel I-III; Squash; Golf; Tennis. 
Future: — Business. 

RUTH WOLCH. Toronto A * E (581 ) 

Pass. Forest Hill C.I.; Vice-President of Delta Phi Epsilon Sorority 

III; Hillel. 

Future: — Housewife; Dental Nurse for husband out west. 
HERBERT BARREGAR WOOD. Toronto 

Pass. Oakwood C.I.; Feature Editor. The Varsity III. 

Future: — Journalism. 
MARY ELAINE WOOD, Ottawa, Ont. 

Modern Languages and Literatures, Glebe C.I.; Volleyball I-IV; 

Tennis; Basketball I-II; Badminton; House Committee II: .^11- 

Varsity Choir. U.C. Operetta. 
ROY ].\M ES WOODROW, Oro. Ont. (584) 

Mathematics and Physics, Barrie C.I. 
DALLIS VIVIAN WOOLINGS. Englehart. Ont. A * (585) 

Pass. Ontario Ladies' College; L'.C. Singers: Progressive Conserva- 
tive Club. 

Future: — Laboratory Work. 
GERALD S. WORRELL (586) 

Pass. 
MARIE KATHLEEN WRIGHT. Stroud, Ont. (587) 

Household Economics. Barrie C.I.; .'^Il-Varsity Mixed Chorus II-IV; 

U.C. Singers IV. 

Future: — Dietitian. 
ARTHUR B. WYNNE 

Pass. 
RALPH EASTY YE.A.RWOOD. Toronto 

Pass, Jarvis C.I.; Swimming; Music; Tennis; Chess; 

Ping Pong. 

Future: — School of Business. 
FANTAYE H. S. YOHANNES. Addis Abeba. Ethiopia 

Pass, International College of Beirut; Internation Students 

zation; International Relations Club I-III; U.C. Soccer 

Tennis and Swimming. 

Future: — To study Law at McGill University. 
ALFRED GLENN VORKE. Toronto (5Q1) 

Modern History. York Memorial C.I.; Modern History Club III-IV; 

International Relations Club III-IV. 

Future:— O.C.E. 
MARY JANE YOUNG, Toronto ATA (592) 

Psychology, St. Clement's; Psychology Club; Players' Guild II; V.C. 

Follies II; Social Director W.U.A. IV. 
SAM YOUNG 

General. 
BERYL ZADKIN, Toronto 

Pass, Commerce; U.C. Players' Guild. 

Future: — School of Social Work. 



(588) 

(589) 
Hockey; 



(590) 

Organi- 

II-III; 



'593) 
(594) 




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Victoria College 



H. BENNETT 

B.A., Ph.D. 



0, 



N behalf of the administrative officers and my colleagues in Victoria College, I should 
like to express to the members of the graduating class our very best wishes for happiness and 
success in the careers upon which they are about to enter. The first step will be, of course, to 
find a job which will prove re^varding, not primarily on the financial side but rather in the 
personal satisfaction that comes from doing well the work for which one is best equipped. 
Your University course, whether it has been general or specialized, has made you an educated 
person and as such you will be expected to show initiative, resourcefulness and good judg- 
ment not only in your personal concerns but also in the larger problems of public and social 
life. Eventually, many of you will be called upon to assume positions of leadership in city, 
church or state. I hope that none will assume an attitude of superiority or try to dominate the 
group in which his activities lie, but that each will give his best to whatever task he finds to do 
and at the same time endeavour to qualify himself for greater responsibilities as opportunities 
may occur. 



The function of a university was recently defined as "the creation, generation by genera- 
tion, in a continuous flow, of a body of men and women who share a sense of civilized values, 
who feel responsible for developing them, and who by the simple pressure of their existence 
and outlook will form and be enlightened public opinion." In spite of the difficulties caused 
by the post-war inflation of registration, the University of Toronto has, 1 believe, made a good 
job of fulfilling its function in respect of the Class of 1950. We shall look forward with confi- 
dence that the graduates of Victoria College will play their part worthily in the years that lie 
ahead.4- 



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VICTORIA COLLEGE 




ON THE OLD ONTARIO STRAND 

TTOR the first fifty-six years of its history 
A. Victoria University was located in Cobourg. 
The Upper Canada Academy was opened in 1836 
and on October 12 of the same year the Royal 
Charter was granted bv King William IV. In 
1841 the Charter was extended to include degree- 
conferring powers and the name was changed to 
Victoria College. The first degree in Arts in 
Ontario was conferred by Victoria College in 
1845 on Oliver Springer. 

A Faculty of Medicine was added in 1854; a 
Faculty of Law in 1860, and a Faculty of The- 
ology in 1871. A department of Science was 
organized, and Faraday Hall, opened in 1877, 



was the first building in the province erected 
and devoted exclusively to scientific work. 

In 1884 the name was changed to Victoria 
University. Egerton Ryerson was responsible 
for securing the Royal Charter and he was the 
first Principal of Victoria College in 1841. In 
1850 Samuel S. Nelles took charge of the 
College. Under his wise and far-sighted guid- 
ance the work of Victoria grew and expanded 
as additional faculties were added. Yet for all 
his foresight, it is doubtful if Principal Nelles 
could have imagined the proud place Victoria 
holds today, boasting a registration of 1,846 
students, and federated with the Empire's larg- 
est University. The process of that federation 
and expansion we shall now trace. 




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VICTORIA COLLEGE 




:A 



3«! !kij«^n W' « 



T3 I 







FEDERATION WITH 

THE UNIVERSITY OF TORONTO 

The federation of Victoria University with 
the University of Toronto became an established 
fact in 1892. Victoria was a pioneer in setting 
up the system of education by which the pro- 
vincial university and three independent de- 
nominational universities and colleges have, in 
the course of time through their federation 
agreements, established the Faculty of Arts of 
the University of Toronto as it exists today. 

Since 1892 Victoria University has conferred 
degrees in Divinity only and her power of con- 
ferring degrees in Arts, Medicine, Law and 



Science has remained in abeyance. From 1892 
to 1928 the organization of Victoria University 
consisted in two faculties. Arts and Divinity. 
The task of putting university federation into 
operation and of moving from Cobourg to 
Toronto was accomplished by Chancellor Nath- 
aneal Burwash, who had succeeded Dr. Nelles 
in 1887 and held office until 1913- His name is 
perpetuated in Burwash Hall." 

During the difficult war years, and during the 
period of expansion in 1920-30 when there was 
a large increase in the number of students and 
when many new buildings were added. Chancel- 
lor R. P. Bowles guided the destinies of the 
institution. 




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VICTORIA COLLEGE 




GROWTH AND 
REORGANIZATION 

Residence accommodation was provided in 
Cobourg, but for the first eleven years in Tor- 
onto, Victoria had no residence for students. 
The Annesley Hall Women's Residence was 
opened in 1903- The Birge-Carnegie Library 
was completed in 1910. Burwash Hall and the 
Victoria College Men's Residences, the gift of 
Mr. Chester D. Massey, were opened in 1913. 

In 1926 Victoria University received Wymil- 
wood Women Students' Union and Residence, 



the gift of Mrs. E. R. Wood and Lady Flavelle. 
Emmanuel College and the Emmanuel College 
Men's Residences were first occupied in 1931. 
Victoria University now has residence accom- 
modation for about 250 women students and 
about 260 men students. 

Church union in 1925 affected both the work 
and the organization of Victoria University. 
The Victoria University Act of 1928 provided 
for two colleges, Victoria College in Arts and 
Emmanuel College in Divinity. In 1930 Dr. 
E. W. Wallace succeeded Chancellor Bowles. 




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VICTORIA COLLEGE 




IN WAR AND PEACE 

In February, 1941, Principal Walter T. Brown 
of Victoria College was appointed Chancellor 
and President of Victoria University, succeeding 
Dr. Wallace who had resigned because of ill 




health. In 1944 Dr. Brown's title was changed 
to President and Vice-Chancellor of Victoria 
University. 

From May, 1941, until May, 1944, a number of 
houses of the Men's Residences were occupied, 
first by members of the R.C.A.F. taking the 
Radio Technicians' Course, and later by mem- 
bers of No. 1 and No. 2 Canadian Army Uni- 
versity Courses. 

During the session 1949-50 there are 1,748 
students in attendance at Victoria College and 
98 in attendance at Emmanuel College. Of this 
number approximately 234 are ex-service men 
and women. On the Victoria University Roll 
of Service there are the names of 1,408 men and 
women, graduates, undergraduates, former stu- 
dents and members of the staff of Victoria Col- 
lege and Emmanuel College. Seventy-seven of 
these made the supreme sacrifice. 

The Chancellor of Victoria University is 
Major-General A. C. Spencer of London, Ont- 
ario. Professor H. Bennett is Dean of Victoria 
College and the Rev. A. D. Matheson is Dean 
of Emmanuel College. In June, 1949, President 
Brown retired because of ill health. During the 
session 1949-50 Dean Bennett is Acting President 
and Acting Vice -Chancellor of Victoria 
University 4" 



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VICTORIA COLLEGE 




ROBERT GEORGE ACKMAN. Woodstock, Ont. (1 ) 

Chemistry. Woodstock C.I. ; Camera Club I-IV; Chemical Club II-IV. 

MARGARET ROBERTA ADAMS. Long Branch. Ont. (2) 

Pass. Long Branch C.L; Vic. Dramatic Club II-III; Vic. French 
Club in. 
Future: — Primary Specialist course at normal. 



MARY PATRICA ADAMS, Long Branch, Ont. (3) 

Latin and French. Long Branch C.L; French Club I; Classics Club I- 
IV; Vice-President IV; Music. 
P'uture: — Translator. 



PATRICIA AILEEN .ADAMS. Toronto (4) 

Pass. Jarvis C.L; Dramatic Club. 
Future: — Normal School, then kindergarten teaching. 

ROBERT CALDWELL AGNEW. Toronto (5) 

Pass. Oakwood C.L 
Future: — College of Education — Graduate studies in future. 



EVELYN GRANT AIKEN. Sarnia. Ont. (6) 

Pass. Sarnia C.I.; Operetta I; .Athletic House Rep. I-III; Baseball I- 
III; Intercollegiate Tennis II-III. 
Future: — Studying in California. 

FRANCES ELIZABETH ALBAN. Toronto (7) 

General, Lawrence Park C.L; Vic. Music Club II-IV; German Club I. 
Future : — O.C. E. — Teaching. 



EDGAR WESLEY ALBERTSON, Toronto 
Pass. Central Tech. 
Future: — Wildlife Management. 



ROY FREDERICK: ALLEN. Toronto 
Pass, Malvern C.L; Vic. Soccer II. 
Future: — Post grad work at Toronto. 



WILLIAM P.G. ALLEN. Toronto 

Modern History. U.T.S. ; Hockey; Rugby. 
Future: — Osgoode Hall. 



(8) 



(9) 



* FA (10) 



MICHAEL ANDRASSY, Toronto (11) 

Pass, York Memorial C.L; Jr. Vic; Sr. Vic. Basketball; Fellowship 
Secretary Y.M.C.A. 
Future: — School of Social Work. » 



MARGARET CHRISTINA ANGST. McKellar. Ont. 
Pass. Gore Bay High; Glee Club. 
Future: — Kindergarten teacher. 



(12) 



RALSTON DICKIE ANNAND, Sarnia, Ont. (13) 

General. Sarnia C.L; Vic. French Club I-IV; U. of T. German Club 
II-IV. 
Future: — Uncertain. 



MARGARET ANN ARBUCKLE. Port Arthur. Ont. (14) 

General. Port Arthur C.L; Annesley Student Govenrment .Associa- 
tion; Hockey II-IV. 



JOHN DEAN ARCHER. Toronto 
Pass, Rehab. 



ROSS STEPHEN ARMITAGE, Toronto 
Pass. Humberside C.I.; Vic. Basketball III. 
Future: — Osgoode Hall or Business Course at Western. 



(IS) 



ATA (16) 



JEAN ELIZABETH ASHWORTH, Brantford. Ont. (17) 

Pass. Brantford C.L; French Club I-III; S.C.M. I-III; Vic. Operetta 
III. 
Future; — United Church Training School. 



TREVOR HERBERT BAKER. Toronto 
Pass. Oakwood C.L; U.N.T.D. 
Future: — O.C.E. 



ELEANOR COLLEEN BALL, Toronto 

Pass, North Toronto C.L; Vic. French Club III. 
Future: — Law. 



ST.ANLEY ROBERT JAMES B.ALL, Stouffville. Ont. 
Pass. Ashbury College. 
Future: — Meds. 



(18) 



(19) 



(20) 



(21) 



TERENCE LOCKIE BAMFORD. North Bay. Ont. 

Modern History, Pickering College; Historical Club III-IV; Victoria 
College Music Club III; Hart House Glee Club HI- IV. 
Future: — Teaching. 



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VICTORIA COLLEGE 



RUTH EDITH BARBER. Toronto 

Pass. Etobicoke C.I.; V.C.K.. Associate President III. 



(22) 



GEORGE SIMPSON BARKLEY. Odessa, Ont. 
Modern Languages and Literatures. Kingston C.I. 
I-IV; Spanisli Club IV; Gymnastics; Tennis. 
Future: — Teaching or Post graduate Worlc. 



(23) 
Vic. Frencii Club 



(24) 



IRENE D.\ISY BARNES, Toronto 
Pass. Humberside C.I. 
Future: — Take Kindergarden — Primary Course at Toronto Normal. 

WILLIAM ALEXANDER BARR, Port Arthur. Ont. (25) 

Pass. 

IDA THEODORA BARRINGTON, Toronto (26) 

Pass, Oakwood C.I.; Glee Club; Badminton Club; Music. 
Future: — Kindergarden Teaching. 

JOHN DOUGLAS BATTEN. Bay Roberts, Nfld. (27) 

Pass, Bay Roberts High . 
Future: — Anticipating Theology. 

GORDON LESLIE BEAN, Toronto (28) 

Modern History. Humberside C.I.; Modern History Club III-IV; 
International Relations Club IIl-IV; Badminton Club 111-IV; 4th 
Year Rep. V.C.A.U.; Vic. Soccer Sr. Jr.; Minor League Basketball 
Vic. 1 1- IV. 
Future: — M.A. in History or O.C.E. 



ROGER PEDWELL BEEL, Toronto 

Pass. Parkdale C.I.; Lacrosse; Interfaculty Basketball; Boxmg. 
Future: — May go on for M.A. 



(29) 



CARLETON DAVIS BELL. Toronto (30) 

English Language and Literature. Scarboro C.I.; Badminton Club 
II; Vicitoria Glee Club III. 
Future : — Teaching. 



LOIS ELLEDA BELL. Toronto 

Pass, Humberside C.I.; Badminton Club III; Music. 
Future: — Library School. 



(31) 



MICHAEL LORNE BELL. Toronto (32) 

General. Humberside C.I.; M. & P. Society; II Yr. Rep.; No Political 
Affiliations (U.S. Gov't, please note); Interested in Travel. 
Future: — Fame and Fortune. 

NORMAN WALLIS BELL. Elora. Ont. (33) 

Sociology, Elora, U.T.S.; Political Science I; Music I; Sociology I-IV; 
House President IV; Managing Editor of Ada Victoriana IV; Bob 
Committee IV; U.N.T.D. II-IV. 
Future: — Travel and Teach. 

JAMES FRANCIS SIDNEY BENDELL. Toronto (34) 

Biology. Riverdale C.I.; Biology Club I-III; Secretary-Treasurer IV. 
Future: — Post grad work. 

PAUL DAVID BENNETT. Newcastle. Ont. (35) 

Art and ."Archaeology. Harbord C.I.; Fine Art Club IV; Social 
Director. South House 49-50 (Vic); Vic. Glee Club IV; Swimming. 
Future: — High School teacher. 



WILLIAM JAMES BENTLEY, Toronto 
Pass. C.O.T.C. Artillery. 



(36) 



JOHN THOMAS BIRKENSHAW, Toronto * FA (37) 

Mathematics & Physics, Lawrence ParkC.l.; Social Director V.C.U.; 
Intermediate Rugby III-IV; Vic. Rugby l-II; Vic. Hockey; Golf. 
Future: — Insurance Business — Actuary. 



ALLEN PERCY BL.ACKMORE. Toronto 

Physics and Chemistry. Oakwood C.I.; Chemistry Club 
Mathematics and Physics Society I-II; Skiing; Tennis. 
Future: — Post grad work at Toronto or enter chemistry field. 



(38) 
I-IV; 



ELEANOR NELLIS BLAKE, London. Ont. (39) 

Household Economics, London Central C.I.; Vic. Tennis Team 11-IV. 

CARL ALEXANDER BOE. Bowmanville. Ont. (40) 

Latin-French. Bowmanville High; Classics Club 1-IV; Vice-President 
III; Music Club 111; Vic. Volleyball 1-IV. 
Future : — Teaching. 



ANITA BOUKYDIS. Toronto 
Pass, Havergal C.I. 
Future: — Post grad work. 



(41) 



RICH.\RD P. BOWLES, Nestleton, Ont. (42) 

Modern Historv, Bowmanville High; V.C.A.U. I-III; President 5T0 
IV; Track 1; Hockey II-llI; Coach; Basketball II; Music Club IV; 
Sports Editor, Afia Vicloriana IV. 
Future: — Osgoode; Civil Service or back to the farm? 








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43 



VICTORIA COLLEGE 




■k #Mb^ ipi 




HENRY JOHN BRADLEY. Pembroke, Ont. (43) 

Law. Pembroke C.I.; Law Club I-IV; President IV; Liberal Associa- 
tion I-IV; President IV; Caven House I-IV; Residence Sports. 
Future: — Osgoode Hall. 



.TAMES FREDERICK BRAILEY. Toronto 

Pass. N.T.C.I.; Victoria College Church Students Society. 
Future: — Post grad work at Union Theological Seminary. 



JOAN BRATTY .Toronto 

Pass. Forest Hill C.I.; Victoria College Music Club- 
Future: — Post grad work. 



-Opera. 



(44) 



(45) 



PAUL DAVID BREAK. Toronto (46) 

Political Science and Economics. Malvern High; Treasurer Class 
Executive IV; Publicity Director — Blue and White Socity IV; 
Reporter The Varsity IV; Publicity Director, Scarlet & Gold; 
Script Writer & Actor — All-Varsity Revue, 1950. 

WILLIAM ERNEST BRIGNALL, Toronto (47) 

Pass. V.C.S.U. 

Future: — Theology in Emmanuel College and the United Church 
Ministry. 

JEAN ELIZABETH BROWN. Toronto (48) 

Modern Languages & Literature. Humberside C.I.; Presbyterian 
Fellowship I-IV; Secretary III-IV; French Club I-IV; Secretary IV; 
V.C.F. LS.C.M. II-IV;Secretary of Vic. CliapterIV;GermanClubI. 
Future:— O.C.E. 

JEAN GALLOWAY BROWN, Toronto (49) 

Pass, Harbord C.I.; Vic. Music Club I; Italian Club II-III; Vic. 
French Club III; 
Future: — Kindergarten teacher. 



JOHN FRANCIS BROWN, Westhill, Ont. 

Sociology. Oceanside High, N.Y.; Sociology Club III-IV. 
Future: — Social Work. 



(50) 



M. KATHLEEN BROWN, Toronto (51) 

Modern Languages and Literature. Humberside C.I.; Vic. French 
Club; German Club, Executive II; Make-up for The Varsily III; 
Radio Workshop III; Music Club Stagehand I; V.C.F. I. 

MILES KEITH HENRY BROWN. Toronto (52) 

Pass, Western Tech.; Varsity Christian Fellowship; Victoria Church 
Students Union. 
Future: — Ministry. 

ROBERT M. P. BROWN, Oshawa, Ont, (S3) 

Pass, Oshawa C.I.; Hart House Table Tennis Club; Vic. Tennis; 
Intramural Tennis. 
Future: — Perhaps Meds at McGill or Western. 

THOMAS FREDERICK STEVENS BROWN. Toronto * K S (54) 
Pass. Lawrence Park C.I.; Drums in Blue and White Band I-III; 
Member of C.O.T.C. 
Future: — M.A. in Zoology. 

WILENA GRACE BROWN, Kemptown, N.S. (55) 

Pass. Colchester County .Academy; S.C.M. I-III; V.C.S.U. II-III. 
Future: — Emmanuel College. 



W. S. J. BROWN 
Pass. 



(56) 



ADA BEVERLEY BRYAN. Toronto (57) 

Household Economics. Forest Hill C.I.; Household Economics Club 
I-IV; Secretary IV; Wymilwood Music Committee III-IV; Orna- 
mental Swimming IV. 

JOHN BRUCE BUCKLES. Whitevale. Ont. (58) 

Pass, Markham High; Vic. Senior Soccer; Squash; Tennis; Baseball. 
Future : — Teaching. 

WILLIAM ALBERT Bl'IK. Toronto <l>r A (59) 

Political Science & Economics, LI.T.S. Vic. Swimming III; Water 
polo II-III; 
Future: — Law. 

WALTER MICHAEL BULEYCHUK, Toronto (60) 

Pass. Vaughan Rd. C.I.; Archery Club II-III; Varsity Intermediate 
Rugby Team III; Rifle Club II; 
Future: — Business or Osgoode Hall. 

ARNOLD SINCLAIR BURGIS. Toronto (61) 

Oriental Languages. East York C.I.; Varsity Christian Fellowship I- 
IV; President IV; Near East Club II-IV; Vice-President IV. 
Future: — Post grad Study, Theology, 

CATHARYN AUDREY BURKE, Lindsay, Ont. (62) 

Philosophy. Lindsay C.I.; Vic. Music & Dramatic Clubs II-IV; 
Tennis; Swimming; Painting. 
Future; — Post grad work. 

WILLIAM LOUIS BURRIDGE, Toronto (63) 

Pass, Western Tech.; University Symphony Orchestra I-II; School 
Shows:— U.C. Follies I; School Nite I-II; All-Varsity Review II. 
Future:— O.C.E. 



MARY SETON BURWASH, Locust Hill, Ont, 
Pass, Markham High. 
Future: — Who can tell? 



(64) 



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VICTORIA COLLEGE 



BETTY JULIAN BUTCHART. Shelburne. OiU. (65) 

Modern History and Modern Languages, Shelburne Hugh; Vic. 
Music Chib I; Vic. Krench Club Ill-IV; Modern History Club IV; 
International Relations Club IV; Skiing; Music; and O..A.C. Week- 
ends! 



EDWIN DOUGLAS CABLE, Owen Sound, Ont. (66) 

Pass. Runnymede C.I.; International Relations Club; Vic. Married 
Men's Club; Liberal Association. 

Kuture: — O.C.E., Teaching, home, children, garden, far, far away 
from Toronto. 



OLGA JOAN CABLE. Toronto 

Household Economics, Malvern C.I. 
IV; Treasurer II; Third Year Rep. 



(67) 
Household Economics Club I- 



MARY AGNES CADEN. Toronto (68) 

Modern Languages & Literature. East York C.I.; French Club I-IV; 
Fourth Year Rep. IV; German Club; Canterbury Club; S.C.M. 
Future:— O.C.E. 



DONALD HUME CAMERON, Toronto 

Pass, U.T.S.; Geography Club II-III; Jr. Vic. 

Explorers Society III. 

Future: — Possibly M.A. Course in Geography. 



Soccer 



(69) 
Team I ; 



JANE ISABELLE CAMERON. Niagara Falls, Ont. (70) 

Pass, N.F.C.V.I.; Vic. French Club II-III; Vic. Dramatic Club I-IIl; 
Make-up, Reporting, The \'arstly III. 

RONALD WOLFE CAMERON, Toronto (71) 

Pass, North Toronto C.I.; Professional Musician E. Stroud Orchestra. 
Future: — Postgrad work in Business Administration, LTniversity of 
Western Ontario. 



MARY EDNA CAMPBELL, Toronto 
Philosophy, Oakwood C.I. 

RUTH MARGARET CAMPBELL, Northmount, Ont. 
Pass. Earl Haig C.I.; Tennis; Archery; Vic. Show. 
Future: — Dress Designing. 



(72) 



(73) 



CATHARINE ANN CARD, Guelph. Ont. (74) 

English Language and Literature, Guelph CL; Liberal Arts Club I- 
IV; President IV; Ada Victoriana. Associate Editor IV; Victoria 
Hockey II-III. 

JAMES GARRY CARL. Toronto (75) 

Pass. Forest Hill CL; Victoria Senior Hockey I-III; Sports Reporter, 
The Varsity; Sports Editor, Ada Vidoriana; Publicity, Blue & White 
Society. 



MERVYN JOHN CARLTON. Willowdale, Ont. 

Pass. Melyille, Sask.. High; President of Carlton Corp. 
Future: — Social Service Work. 



FRANCIS CHAPMAN, Toronto 

Philosophy and English, U.T.S.; Amateur Dramatics. 
Future: — Indefinite — Post grad Architecture, Harvard? 



(76) 



(77) 



STANLEY NORMAN CHAKTERIS, Toronto (78) 

Geological Sciences, Oakwood C.I.; Coleman Geology Club; Vice- 
President III; President IV; Water polo, Vic. II. 
Future: — Mining. 



JAMES EWART CHARTERS. Toronto 

Physiology & Biochemistry, Humberside C.I. 
Future : — Medicine. 

PHILIP FRED CHIDLEY, Toronto 
Pass, Napanee C.I. 
Future: — Post grad work at Toronto. 

GEORGINA GLORIA CHORAS, St. Thomas, Ont. 
Psychology. 
Future: — Post grad work in U.S.A. 

FRANK TAYLOR CLIFTON, Toronto 
Physics and Geology. North Toronto C.I. 
Future: — Post grad work at Stanford. 



(79) 



(80) 



(81) 



(82) 



ALAN PATRICK COLE. Toronto (83) 

General. Parkdale CL; Commerce Club III; University Basketball 
III; Golf. 
Future: — Business Career. 



FRANK GARTH COLLINS, Toronto 
Pass, North Toronto CI. 



(84) 



HELEN MARY COLLVMORE. Toronto (85) 

Music, Humberside CL; Vic. Music Club I-IV; Pianist for Glee Club 
I-II; Wymilwood Music Committee III-IV. 
Future: — Studying & Teaching Music. 




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VICTORIA COLLEGE 




HARRIETT E. C. COLTHAM. Parry Sound, Ont. (86) 

English Language and Literature, Parry Sound High; Music Club: 
Glee Club. 
Future: — Post grad work at Toronto. 

FRANKLAND SHAW COOK. Toronto (87) 

Biology, Parkdale C.I.; Biology Club I-IV; II Yr. Rep.; Secretary 
III; President IV. 
Future: — Post grad work. 

ELEANOR ELAINE COSENS, Toronto (88) 

Pass, Essex High; Music Club of Vic; French Club; Toronto Art 
Club. 
Future: — Personnel work. 



ELIZABETH ANN COULTER, Toronto 

Psychology, Parkdale C.I. ; Psychology Club I-IV. 



(89) 



CAROLYN EVA COX, Chatham, Ont. (90) 

Modern History, Chatham C.I.; House President IV; Treasurer 
A.S.G.A. Ill; Vic Music Club I-IV; History Club III-IV. 
Future: — O.C.E. and Teaching. 



HARRY MORRIS COYLE, Windsor, Ont. 
Pass. 



(91) 



MARILYN CARSCALLEN CR.\NG, Toronto (92) 

Pass, Ontario Ladies College; Basketball I; Flying II; Badminton II- 
III; Vic. Music II. 
Future; — Interior Design. 

DONALD HUME CRAWFORD, Toronto KA (93) 

Pass, U.T.S.; Vic. Rugby I; Golf; Vic. 1st team Hockey I-II. 
Future: — General Insurance Agent, in partnership with brother. 

LAURA MAY CREALY, Strathroy, Ont. (94) 

Pass, Strathroy C.I. 

JOHN WILLIAM CRIPPS, Burk's Falls, Ont. (95) 

Pass, Burk's Falls Continuation. 
Future : — Teacher. 

FRANCES EILEEN CROOKE, Victoria Harbour, Ont. (96) 

English Language & Literature. Midland High. 
Future:— O.C.E. 

MARJORIE ADELAINE CROOKE, Victoria Harbour, Ont. (97) 
English Language and Literature, Midland High. 
Future:— O.C.E. 

CONSTANCE DENISE CROWE, North Bay, Ont. (98) 

Pass, North Bay C.I.; Vic Basketball I-III; Baseball III; Vic 
Liberal Arts I: Volleyball 1 I-III ; .'\nneslev Hall House Executive. 
Future:— O.C.E. 

JAMES EDWIN CRUISE. Port Dover, Ont. (99) 

Biology, Simcoe High; Biology Club I-IV; South House Ass. See. 
Director I; President III-IV; Vic. College Men's Residence Council, 
Secetary-Treasurer III; Chairman IV. 
Future: — Post grad Work. 

MARILYN JUNE CUDMORE, Toronto (100) 

'Pass, Oakwood C.I.; All-Varsity Review II; Vic. Scarlet and Gold III. 

GORDON VICTOR CULLINGHAM. Toronto (101) 

Political Science and Economics, Bradford High; Political Science 
Club II-IV. 

Future: — M.A. at Toronto in Political Science, then the Department 
of External Affairs. 



THOMAS FREDRICK CULLY, Toronto 
Pass, Western Tech. 



(102) 



lOCELYN D. G. CUNNINGHAM. St. Catharines. Ont. (103). 

Pass, St. Catharines C.I.; C.C.F. Club, Publicity I-III; Historian II; 
Campus Co-operative. 
Future: — School of Social Work. 

JOAN IRENE DALES, Ansonville, Ont. (104) 

Pass. Iroquois Falls High; Music Club; Vic Swimming Curator III; 
Volleyball; Badminton; Swimming; Ice-skating. 
Future:— O.C.E. 

GWENDOLYNNE MARGARET DAVENPORT. Toronto (105) 

English Language & Literature. Jarvis C.I.; Liberal ."Xrts Club, 
Treasurer IV; Modern History Club III-IV; Philosophical Society I- 
IV. 

MICHAEL DONALD D.\WES, Toronto (106) 

Pass, Humberside C.I.; Graduate of C.O.T.C. Training; Played 
Trumpet in Toronto Orchestras. 

Future: — Salesman for Business Firm, with preference for oil 
company (Shell). 



FRANCIS GEORGE DeCARROL, Campbellford. Ont. 

Pass. Campbellford High; Singer, Vic. Music Club Operas 
Golf; Badminton. 
Future: — Osgoode. 



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Radio; 



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FRANK DENBEIGH, Toronto 
Pass. Rehab.; Social Work Club. 
Future: — Post grad work at School of Social Work. 



(108) 



HARRY MELVILLE DENNING. Toronto (109) 

Pass. Riverdale C. I. ; .\11 extra curricular work is mainly church work. 
Future: — Emmanuel College — Christian Ministry. 

WILLIAM JAMES CONDY DICKINSON, Toronto (IIO) 

Pass. Humberside C.I.; Drama Critic I-III The Varsity; Contributor 
II-III and Drama Editor III Acta Victoriana; Hart House Theatre. 
Future: — Post grad English. 

DONALD BL.AKE DODDS, Toronto (111) 

Law, Oshawa C.I.; Editor of the School of Law Review, Justice of the 
Moot Court. 
Future: — Post grad work at Toronto 

ROBERT CHIPMAN DOWSETT. Toronto A A <f> (112) 

Mathematics & Physics, U.T.S. ; Victoria College Rugby I-III; 
Captain III. 
Future: — Studying to be an .'\ctuary. 



BRIDGET ANN DRUGAN. Toronto 
Philosophy. Success High. Sask. 
Future: — Post graduate work in history. 



(113) 



ROSS NEILL DRUMMOND, Toronto 
Modern Languages, North Toronto C.I 
Club IV; French Club. 
Future: — Expect to do Post Grad work either here or in Europe. 



(114) 
International Relations 



THOMAS ROBERT DRYDEN. Toronto T V (IIS) 

Pass. Malvern C.I.; Victoria Rugby II-III; Vic. Bob 11; Vic. At- 
Home Show II; Scarlet and Gold III. 
Future: — Sales Job in Lfnited States. 

FRANCES DOREEN DUFF. Toronto (116) 

English Language and Literature. Forest Hill C.I.; Swimming Team 
III-IV; Reporter The Varsity IV; V.C.F. I-III; Tennis; Writers 
Club; Radio Acting Course III. 
Future:— O.C.E. 



HAZEL CAROLYN DURKEE. .\ylmer. Ont. 
Pass, .Aylmer High. 



(117) 



DOUGL.^S RAY DYMENT, Toronto * P A (118) 

Political Science and Economics. Upper Canada College; Victoria 
College Water polo III-IV. 

Future: — Going into the mounting and finishing of point-of-sale 
advertising. 

ROBERT BRADFORD EDMONDS. Toronto (119) 

Modern History. U.T.S. ; Modern History Club I-IV; Treasurer IV; 
Victoria Music Club I-IV; 1st Vice-President IV; U.N.T.D. I-IV; 
Vic. Soccer I-IV; Manager Vic. II-III; Tennis . 

Future: — Post grad work at Harvard, Department of External 
Affairs (?) 



MILTON THOMAS EDWARDS. Lansing. Ont. 

Pass. Earl Haig C.I.; Sailing Club; Swimming; Water polo. 
Future: — Post grad work. 

R. M. ELLEN 

JAMES SINCLAIR ELLIOT. Toronto 

Modern History, Parkdale C.I.; Modern History Club; 
Association; International Relations Club. 
Future:— O.C.E. 



(120) 



(121) 

(122) 
Liberal 



ROBERT LORAM ELLIS. Toronto 
Physics and Geology. Humberside C.I. 
II; C.O.T.C. I-III; Skiing. 
Future: — Geophysical Work. 



(123) 
Treasurer M. & P. Society 



NORMAN AUSTIN ENDICOTT, Toronto (124) 

Philosophy, Vaughan Road C.I.; Historical Society IV; Labour 
Progressive Party Club; Hart House Debates Committee IV. 
Future: — To struggle for peace, democracy and a Socialist Canada! 

BOB O. ENGEL DE JANOSI. Montreal. Que. (125) 

Pass. Montreal High; Modern History Club I; Vic. Drama Club I- 
III; Publicity Director II; Associate President III. 
Future: — Post graduate work at McGill. 

MIRIAM ELAINE ESCH, Toronto (126) 

Music, Harbord C.I. 

ANITA GRACE EVANS, Toronto (127) 

Physics and Geology, Malvern C.I. 
Future: — Post grad work at Toronto. 

SALLY MAE EVANS, Huntsville. Ont. (128) 

Pass, Huntsville High. 
Future: — Secretarial work. 

SHIRLEY ELLEN FARAGHER, Toronto (129) 

Pass, North Toronto C.I.; Basketball; Swimming; Bowling. 




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GORDON MACK-AV FARQLH-\RSOX. Toronto 
Pass. Lawrence Park C.I. 
Future: — Osgoode HaJJ. 



♦ PA (130) 



FLX>RE.\'CE ISABEL F.^RRAND. Toronto (131) 

Pass. St. Clement 5 School: .^ll-Varsity Choir II: \lc Glee Club III: 
Hockey: Skiing; Badminton. 
Fniure: — Go places and do things. 

JE.\N' MARIE F.\RRELL. Toronto (132) 

Pass, St. Clement's School: I.R.CT.: Badminton: Skating. 

PATRICK J.AMES F.ARRELL. Toronto (133) 

Geological Sciences. River dale C.I. 
Future: — Considering post grad work. 

E. T. COLLETTE FERGUSON'. Broctville. Ont. (134) 

Pass. Bowmanville High: T)u Varsity Reporter: Girl's Tennis 
Curator for Victoria College III: International Relations Club II-III. 
Future: — Journalism. 

DENNIS GEORGE FIELD. Toronto (135) 

Modern History-. North Toronto C.I.: Modern Historj' Club I-IV; 
International Relations Club I\': L'niversity Air Training Flight. 
Future: — Law at Osgoode Hall. 



HERBERT STANLEY FILLMORE. Toronto 
Pass. 



(136) 



FRANK BOYD FINGL.AND. Clinton. Ont. (137) 

Pass. Clinton C.I.: Liberal Club I-III: International Relations Club 
III; Vic. Hockey MI; Residence .Athletic Director III; L'.N.T.D. I- 
III. 
Future: — Post grad work. 

MICH.\EL H.ARTM.AN FINNELL. Pasadena. Calif. A 1" (138) 

Pass. .Asheville High: Mce-President of AV Fraternity; Squash; 
Political Science Club. 
Future: — Harvard Business SchooL 



RUTH ELIZ.A.BETH FLUHRER, Niagara Falls. Ont. 
Pass. Niagara Falls C.I.: Business Course in spare time III. 
Future:— Possibly O.C.E. 



(139) 



GEORGE .\LBERT FORD .Toronto (140) 

(ieneral. Humberside C.I.: Hart House Camera Club I-IV: Pipe- 
Band II-IV: President III-IV; Commerce Club \-W: Swimming 
& Life Saving Instructor III-IV. 
Future: — 4 Months Travel. Then Business — Selling. 



J. GRAHAM ERASER. Toronto 

Pass. Humberside C.I.; Vic. Basketball III. 



(141) 



MARGARET ELEANOR FR.ASER. Regina. Sask. (142) 

Pass. Regina Central C.I.: Tennis: Badminton: Music Club; 
Figure Skating; Singing; Piano Playing; Bridge. 

WILLLAM ROBERT FREEBOR.N. Toronto (143) 

Pass. Jarvis C.I.: Social Work Club II-III; Treasurer; Publicity. 
Future: — Social work — boys work. 

WILLIAM JOHN FREEMAN. Toronto (144) 

Pass. Harbord C.I.; Italian Club II-III; Spanish Club III; German 
Club MI; French Club I; Vic. Drama Club I; I.S.O. Ill; Fencing 
III; Gymn Work III. 
Future: — Post grad work at U. of T. 

RUTH MARGARET FRUIN, Walkerton. Ont. (145) 

Music. Walkerton High: Wymilwood Music (Committee. 
Future: — Library School. 

DAVID FULFORD. Port Hope. Ont. (146) 

Pass. Port Hope High. 
Future: — Post grad at Queen's. 

KEN.NE.TH ROY FULFORD. Toronto (147) 

English Language and Literature, Kitchener C.I.; Glee Club; Chess 
Club. 
Future: — Teacher. 



JANET A.NGEL FULTON. Toronto 

Pass. Malvern C.I.; Tennis; Swimming; Skiing; 

Helper. 

Future : — Teaching. 



HILDA MARGARET GALBRAITH, Toronto 
Pass, Northern \'ocational. 



ER.NESTINE GARDINER. Englehart. Ont. 
Psychology; All-Varsity Choir; .A.S.G.A. 
Future: — Psychology applied to education. 



(148) 
Sunday Group 



(149) 



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DAVID EMMETT GARDNER, Toronto (151) 

Art and Archaeology; Lawrence Park C.I.; Victoria Dramatic 
Society I-IV; President IV; U. of T. Drama Committee Chairman 
IV: Hart House Theatre Dunois — St. Joan; Benvolio, Antony — 
Julius Caesar. 
Future: — Dramatics with Straw Hat Players. 



DOUGL.AS GIRDWOOD GARDNER, Sudbury. Ont. 
Pass, Sudbury High. 
Future: — Theology (Emmanuel College). 



(152) 



MARGARET M. GARDNER, Toronto (1.S3) 

Pass, North Toronto C.I.; Vic. Music Club I; Vic. Drama Club I-III; 
Social Directress III. 
Future: — Normal school for kindergarten specialist work. 

ELIZABETH IRENE G.ASICELL. Guelph. Ont. (154) 

Pass. Guelph C.I.; Social Work Club I-III; .•\ssociate President III. 
Future: — School of Social Work. 

YOLANDA LOUISE G.ASSYT, Toronto (155) 

Modern Languages. Scarboro C.I.; French Club; German Club; 
II Representative of French Club. 

WILLIAM RONALD GE.'VRING. Toronto (156) 

Modern History. East York C.I.; Modern History Club I-IV; U. of T. 
C.C.F.; 2nd Year C.O.T.C; Historical Club IV. 
Future: — Post grad work. 



JAMES VERNON GEIGER. Kitchener. Ont. 

Pass, Kitchener- Waterloo C.I.; V'arsity Christian Fellowship. 
Future: — Post grad work. 



(157) 



ISABELLE ESTELLA GEORGE, Wetaskiwin. Alta. (158) 

Geography, Wetaskiwin High; Geography Club II-IV; Swimming; 
Music; Concerts; Dramatic .Activities. 

Future: — Work with Dominion Government or private firm in 
geographic work. 

PATRICIA BE.\TRICE GERMAN. Brantford, Ont. (159) 

Pass. Brantford C.I.; House President of Residence in III Year; 
Member of International Relations Club. 
Future: — Personnel Work. 

DONALD McQueen GIBSON. Tillsonbury. Ont. (160) 

Pass, Tillsonbury High; Treasurer V.C..\.L'.; Ada Vicloriana Staff. 
Future: — Osgoode. 

JAMES SH.AW GILCHRIST, Toronto (161) 

Pass. Vaughan Road C.I. 

Future: — Entering Knox College to train for Presbyterian Church 
Ministry. 



J. A. GILLESPIE 



(162) 



BRUCE CLARK GORDON. Toronto (163) 

General. Lawrence Park C.I.; Golf; Bowling: Skiing; Photography. 
Future: — Undecided but probably post grad in States. 

ANN McNEILL GL.A.NVILLE. Jamaica, B.W.I. (164) 

-'Art and .Archaeology; Dramatic Society II-IV; Pictures Committee; 
Alumni Hall III-IV. 



HAROLD ALVIN GORRELL, Peterboro. Ont. 
Geological Sciences, (Jeraldton High. 
Future. — Glacial Geography and Soil Conservation 



(165) 



HAROLD FREDERICK GEORGE GOSS. Toronto (166) 

Pass. Rehab.; Tennis; Badminton; Chess; Music -Appreciation 
Group. 
Future: — Post grad at school of social work. 

WILLI.AM RON.ALD GOWL.AND. Toronto (167) 

General, Humberside C.I.; University Naval Training Division. 
Future; — Business position. 

MRS. EVELYN ELIZABETH GRAHAM. Calgary, Alta. (168) 

Pass. Crescent Heights C.I.; Glee Club; Secretary Treasurer U. of T. 
Film Society; International Relationships Club. 

Future; — Social Service Work with husband, under United Church in 
Japan. 

JESSIE JEAN GRAHAM. North Cobalt. Ont. (169) 

Pass. Cobalt High; Vice-President of .A.S.G.A. Ill; .All-Varsity Choir 
II-III. 

PEGGY-ANNE GRAY. Toronto (170) 

Psychology. London C^entral C.I.; Vic. Glee Club I-IV; .All Varsity 
Revue III-IV. 
Future: — Clinical Psychology. 

CLARE COLIN GREEN, Toronto (171) 

Pass, York Memorial C.I.; Bob Committee II; Director of Bob III. 
Future: — Law. 

HARRY H. GREEN. Guelph. Ont. (172) 

Political Science and Economics, Guelph C.I.; Editor-in-Chief, 
Ada Vidoriana; Vice-Pres. V.C.U. Ill; Debating Parliament Exec. 
III-IV; Speaker of the House IV; U.N.T.D. II. 




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ALAN FRANK GREGORY, Lindsay. Ont. (173) 

Geological Sciences, Div, 1, Lindsay C.L; Coleman Geology Club I- 
IV; Vic. Music Club IV; Vic. Track I-II-I\^ Intercollegiate Track. 
Future: — Postgrad work. 

RODGER CAMERON GREIG. Toronto (174) 

Art & Archaeology, Humberside C.L; Secretary. Fine Art Club IV. 
Treasurer, Society for American Archaeology III-IV; Museum Digs, 
Summers I-II. i 

Future: — Archaeology and /or Art Teaching (O.C.E.) 

GOWAN THOMAS GUEST, Toronto * K n (175) 

Political Science and Economics, Malvern C.L; Vic. Lacrosse; 
Basketball; Historical Club. 
Future: — Law Studies. 

HELGA ANDREA HAAS, Toronto (176) 

Modern Languages and Literature. Forest Hill High; 1st. Year Rep. 
French Club, Class Associate Pres. II; Assistant Social Directress III; 
Concert Committee (Wymilwood) II-III; Skiing; Swimming. 
Future: — Interpreter's work. 



THOMAS WARD HADDON. Toronto 
Pass, Malvern C.L 
Future : — Medicine. 



DN (177) 



EDWARD LEE HALL, Palermo, Ont. (178) 

Modern Languages and Literatures, Humberside CI.; French (;iub 
1-IV; President IV; German Club I-IV; Treasurer Wymilwood 
Concert Committee. 

DONALD EDWIN HAMILTON. Toronto (179) 

Modern History. Lawrence Park C.L; Vic. Married Students Club 
I-IV; Modern History Club II-IV; President IV; Reserve Army. 
Future: — Post grad work. 



LLOYD WILLIAM HAMILTON. Brighton. Ont. 
Pass, Brighton High. 
Future: — Any offers? 

HEMPTON OLIVER HANN.A.. Ottawa. Ont. 
Pass. Rinburn Continuation. 
Future: — Emmanuel College. 

RONALD GEORGE HANSON, Toronto 
Pass, Central Commerce, 
Future: — O.C. E. — Commercial Teacher. 

GERALD HARDY. Toronto 

Physiology and Biochemistry, Western Tech. 



SX (180) 



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M. ELIZABETH NANCY HARPER. Toronto (184) 

General. Runnymede C.L; Honour Science Club I-IV; Social 
Directress III; President IV; Vic. Music Club I-IV; Food Chemistry 
Club III-IV. 
Future: — Laboratory work in Food Industry. 

BARBARA MARY HARRIS, Toronto (185) 

Pass. Forest Hill C.L; 3rd yr. rep., Vic. Debating Parliament; The 
Varsity reporter; Junior Philosophy Club II-III. 
Future: — To become educated. 

MRS. JACQUELINE JOAN HARRIS. Lansing. Ont. (186) 

Household Economics, Earl Haig High; Victoria College Music Club 
II; Household Economics Club I-IV; 
Future: — Looking after my husband and having babies. 

MILDRED ELEANOR HARRISON, New Liskeard, Ont, (187) 

Modern History, New Liskeard High; Modern History Club I-IV; 
Psychology Club I. 
Future: — Journalism. 

CATHERINE ISOBEL HART, Woodstock. Ont. (188) 

Household Economics, Woodstock C.L; V.C.U. Assembly III; House 
Economics Club I-IV. 
Future: — Marriage — Object: 6.8. 

JOHN LINDEN HARVEY. Byron, Ont. (189) 

Geological Sciences, London South C.L; Coleman Club II-IV; Vic. 
Music Club III-IV; Stage Manager IV; House Executive III-IV; 
President IV; Residence Council IV. 
Future: — Post grad work. 



IAN RAE HASTINGS, Fergus, Ont. 
Pass, Fergus High, Social Work Club; 
League Basketball. 
Future: — School of Social Work. 



(190) 

Lacrosse (Vic. I); Minor 



EVELYN H. B. HAUGHTON-BUCKLEY. Toronto (191) 

Art and Archaeology, Parkdale C.L; Reporter The Varsity II; I.S.S. 
II; Fine Art Club III-IV; Vic. Dramatic Club IV; Music; Sports. 

PATRICIA DENNISTOUN HAULTAIN, Toronto (192) 

Pass. Havergal C.I.; Exchange Student Secretary for .Austrian 
Students; Tour: International Relations Club III. 



JOHN C. HAYDON, Toronto 
General. 
Future: — High school commercial teacher. 



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RILLA JOSEPHINE HEBERT. Toronto (194) 

Classics. Humberside C.I.; Vic. Classics Club; Secretary III; Presi- 
dent IV. 
Future: — To attend O.C.E. and Teach. 



JEAN WILLIAMS HEMPHILL, Kitchener. Ont. 
Pass. Kitchener-Waterloo C.I. 



(I9,S) 



DORA JEAN HENDERSON. Toronto (196) 

Household Economics. Vaughan Road C.I.: Household Economics 
Club I-IV; Softball III-IV; Badminton III-IV^ 
Future; — Dietitian. 

JACK VINCENT HENRY, Toronto (197) 

Pass. Malvern C.I.; Vic. Soccer I-III; Vic. Minor League Basketball 
II-III. 
Future: — Law at Osgoode Hall. 

BETTY MARY HERRIDGE. Toronto (198) 

Household Economics. East York C.I.; Household Economics Club 
I-IV; Basketball I-IV; Softball III; Volleyball I. 
Future: — Ontario College of Education. 

MARGARET .\ILEEN HEWITT. Kincardine. Ont. (199) 

Latin and French. Kincardine High; Classics Club I-IV; Treasurer; 
French Club; House President; Canterbury Club I-IV; IV Secretary. 
Future: — O.C.E. — exchange teaching abroad. 



FREDERICK HAROLD HICKMAN. Toronto 

Mathematics and Physics. Riverdale C.I.; M. & P. Society. 
Future:— O.C.E. 



(200) 



CHARLES ALBERT HILL, Toronto (201) 

Pass. Lawrence ParK C.I.; International Relations Club; Blue and 
White Band. 
Future: — Music Ancient History. 

BARBARA ANN RUTH HILLIARD, Waterloo, Ont. (202) 

Modern History and Modern Languages. Kitchener-Waterloo C.I.; 
History Club III-IV; French Club I-IV; International Relations Club 
III-IV; .All-Varsity (ihorus II-III; Social Director and Vice-President 
Waldie House. 
Future: — Post grad work. 



JOHN OSWALD HINDS. Sudbury. Ont. 
Pass. Sudbury High. 
Future: — Osgoode Hall. 



(203) 



CATHERINE JOAN HOAKEN, Toronto (204) 

English Language and Literature.. Humberside C.I.; Music Club II. 
Future: — Post grad — Maybe — otherwise "The cold, cruel world". 

JEAN MARICN HODGSON. Mindemoya. Ont. (205) 

Pass. Mindemoya Continuation; Volunteer Worker at University 
Settlement. 



MISS D. V. T. HOLDING 



(206) 



HELEN MAY HOLT. Toronto (207) 

Modern Languages and Literatures. North Toronto C.I.; Varsity 
Christian Fellowship I-IV; Secretary Treasurer III. 
Future: — Bilingual Secretarial Position. 



FR.ANCES HOPPER. Toronto 

Pass. Glebe C.I.; All-Varsity Chorus 
Convener III; Fine Arts Club III. 
Future: — Teaching School. 



(208) 
I-Il; Vic. Writer's Group, 



JOHN FREDERICK HORRICKS, Sault Ste. Marie. Ont. 
Pass, Bruce Mines High; Social W'orkers Club. 
Future: — School of Social Work. Toronto. 



(209) 



JACK WESLEY HOWARD, Toronto (210) 

Pass, Malvern C.I.; Secretary of Junior Optimist Club; Minor League 
Basketball; Hockey. 
Future: — Post grad work at Western. 



WILLIAM DAVID HUGHEY, Brampton, Ont. 

Pass. Brampton High. Dramatics; Music; Sketching. 
Future: — Post grad work in history. 



JOHN DOUGLAS HULL, Vancouver, B.C. 
Pass. Lord Byng C.I. 
Future: — Post grad work at U. of T. 

ALBERT CHARLES HUTCH ENS, Weston, Ont. 
Pass. Rehab. 
Future: — Raising a family, building a house, teacher. 

DOUG JAMES HUTCHINGS. Newmarket, Ont. 
Pass. Trinity College School; Ski Club; Soccer. 
Future: — Davis Leather Newmarket. 



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MISS J. E. INGLIS 



ELMA INNANEN, Guelph. Ont. 
Pass. Harriston High. 
Future: — Teaching. 



KATHLEEN PRUNELLA JARVIS, Toronto 
Pass. St. Joseph High; Reporter The Varsity. 
Future: — Journalism. 



(215) 
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(217) 



RUTH ALISON JEFFRIES. Grimsby. Ont. (218) 

General. Grim.sby High; V.C.W.A.A. Exec. II-IV; V.C.U. Assembly 
II-IV; U. of T. Athletic Directorate IV; International Relations 
Club; Vic. Tennis; Hockey ; Softball; Golf; Basketball. 
Future: — Business Career. 



ELLEN MAUREEN JESSOP, Toronto 

Pass. Oakwood C.I.; French Club I; Language; Tennis. 
Future: — School of Social Work. 



WILLIAM MERVYN JESSOP, Bradford. Ont. 
Pass, Bradford High. 



(219) 



(220) 



LOIS HILDA JEWELL. New Liskeard. Ont. (221 ) 

Music New Liskeard High; International Relations Club IV; Music 
Club I-II; Badminton; Bridge. 
Future:— O.C.E. 



FLORENCE ELEANOR JEWITT, Toronto 
Pass, Sarnia C.I. 



(222) 



MARTHA .\NN MARGARET JOB. Burlington, Ont. (223). 

Household Economics, Burlington High; House Ec. Club I-IV; House 
Softball; Basketball. 
Future: — Commercial Dietetics. 



JOAN LILLAIN JOHNSTON, Toronto (224) 

Modern History. Athens High; Music Club II-IV; History Club III- 
IV; Painting; Spanish Club I. 
Future; — To see the world. 



JOHN STUART JONES, Toronto 
Pass, Humberside C.I. 



RUTH GEORGINA JOURDAN. Ottawa. Ont. 
Pass. Haileybury High; A.S.G.A.; House Treas. 
Ill; Social Work III; Tennis. 
Future: — Institute of Child Study. 



(22S) 



(226) 

House President 



WINIFRED RUTH JULIAN. Looe, Cornwall. England 
Pass, Skating; Tennis; Farming. 
Future: — Post grad work and a job in B.C. 



(227) 



EVA KARRVS. Toronto (228) 

Psychology. St. Clement's School; Psychology Club II-IV; Music 
Club I-III; International Relations Club IV; Vic. Revue IV; Skiing. 
Future: — Clinical Psychology. 



RONALD McALPINE KAY. Toronto 

Political Science and Economics, Malvern C.I. 
Older Boy's Parliament. 
Future: — Employment. 



(229) 
Premier of Ontario 



ECCLESTON A. KEAN, Kingston, Jamaica (230) 

General, Jamaica College; I.S.O. II-IV; Vic. Track Team II; Vic. and 
Varsity Soccer II-IV. 
Future: — Work in Biological Sciences — Teaching. 



ALAN BRIAN KELLEY. Toronto 
Pass. Humberside C.I. 



(231) 



ESME HELEN KERR. Toronto (232) 

Physiology and Biochemistry, Jarvis C.I.; Vic. Music Club I-III; 
Honour Science Club I-IV; Biology Club III. 
Future: — Master's Degree in Physiology, then? 

MARGARET MARY KEYS, Ottawa. Ont. (233) 

Household Economics. Lisgar C.I.; Student Christian Movement I- 
IV; Music. 

Future: — Commercial Food Research. Hope to join my family, now 
living in Vancouver. 



WILFORD FITZGERALD KIMBER, Toronto 
Pass. Lawrence Park C.I. 
Future: — Law — Osgoode Hall. 



(234) 



SUMMER MARY KING. Milton. Ont. (23S) 

General. Oakville C.I.; Vic. Music Club; Glee Club II-IV; Household 
Economics Club I-IV. 
Future: — Hospital Training in Dietetics — then nutritionist work. 



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STANLEY JAMES KNIGHT. Toronto 'F T (236) 

Pass. Malvern C.I.; Vic. Rugby; Skiing; Vic. Hockey; Flying. 
Futnre: — IJ. of T. Law Course. 



JANET MASSEV KNOX. Toronto 
General, East York C.L 
Future: — Further work in dietetics. 



(237) 



STANLEY ROY KURISKO. Sault Ste. Marie. Ont. (238) 

Political Science & Economics. Soo C.L; V.C.U. Publicity Director 
III; V.C.U. President IV; Vic Basketball MI; Vic. Hockey I; 
Thompson Debates Finalist. 



MARGARET ARMSTRONG KYLE. Toronto 
Sociology, Branksome Hall; Tennis; Swimming 
Future: — Social work or personnel work. 



C. ANN LAMBERT. Toronto 
Art and Archaeology, Jarvis C.L 



WALLACE WARD LAMBERTON, Toronto 
Pass. Scarboro C.L 



(239) 



(240) 



(241) 



MARY LIZABETH LANE. Brussels. Ont. (242) 

English Language and Literature. Clinton C.L; Member Vic. 
Dramatic Society I-IV; Publicity Director IV; Acted in Hart House 
Productions; Member Playwriters Group I-II; Radio Committee I- 
III; Roles in Radio Shows; Reviewer. The Varsity. 
Future; — Writing. 

FRANK OSCAR LASHLEY. Christ Church, Barbados (243) 

Pass, Foundation Boys High; Tennis; Badminton; Swimming. 

ROBERT EDWARD LATIMER. Seeley's Bay. Ont. (244) 

Political Science and Economics. Seeley's Bay High; Political Science 
Club; International Relations Club. 
Future: — Civil Service Employment. 



GEORGE EDWARD L.^WRENCE. Collingwood. Ont. 
Pass, Collingwood C.L; C.O.T.C. Armoured Corps. 
Future: — Probably O.C.E.. perhaps the Canadian Army. 



(245) 



(246) 



CYRIL RAY LEACH, Toronto 

Pass. Minister of Temple Hill United Church; Music; Soccer. 
Future: — To contribute service in the church — upholding high ideals 
of art and Christian \'alues. 



CHARLES ROSS LEACHMAN, Toronto A X A (247) 

Pass, Humberside C.L; Interfraternity Council Rep. I; Treasurer 
AXA II; Ill-Graduating my sole purpose? 

Future: — Post grad work at Toronto — alternative, travelling 
salesman. 



BRUCE DOUGLAS LEDGER. Toronto 
General, Bloor C.L; Commerce Journal Ill- 
Manager; Vic. Rugby 1 1 1- IV. 
Future: — Chartered .Accountancy. 



(248) 
-Assistant Circulation 



LESLIE JACKSON LEDREW. Montreal, Que. (249) 

Pass. Rehab. 
Future: — Post grad psychology. 

BONNIE YVONNE MARIE LEESON. Thamesville. Ont. (250) 

Pass, Thamesville Continuation; Swimming; Fencing; Golf. 
Future: — Teaching — LI.S..\. 

MALCOLM BRITTON LENNOX, Toronto (251) 

Pass, Vaughan Rd. C.L; Hart House Sketch Club Mil; Hart House 
Amateur Radio Club III; Maths and Physics Society I. 



MITCHELL LENNOX, Toronto 
Modern History. Mimico High. 
Future: — Teaching. 



(252) 



AIRI E. LEPPANEN. Sault Ste. Marie. Ont. (253) 

Sociology, Sault C.L; Sociology Club; Basketball; .A.ctivities: 
Making a profession out of life in .Annesley Hall. 

DON GRANT LEVITT. Toronto (254) 

Art and .Archaeology. York Memorial C.L; Victoria College Music 
Club MV. 

THOMAS WILLIAM LIGHTFOOT. Clarkson, Ont. (255) 

Modern History. Port Credit High; Modern Histor\- Club III-IV; 
Music Club III-IV. 
Future: — Post grad work at Toronto. 

NORMAN KEITH LIVERMORE. Dundalk. Ont. (256) 

General. Dundalk High; Tennis; Badminton; Hockey; Track and 
Field; 
Future: — Ontario College of Education; Teaching. 




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CHARLES DONALD LLOYD, Wingham. Ont. (257) 

Pass, Wingham High; Golf; Tennis; Political Discussions; Fiction- 
Writing. 
Future: — Business Administration (Western). 



CHARLES HOWARD LOCHHEAD, Newburgh, Ont. 
Geography, Newburgh High; Geography Club I-IV. 
Future:— b.C.E. 



(258) 



JUNE DOREEN LOUCH, Toronto (259) 

General, Humberside C.L; Music Club I-IV; Social Directrss III; 
Associate President IV; Chemistry Club III; Food Chemistry Club 
IV. 
Future; — To become a good food chemist. 

JACK T. LOWERY, Toronto (260) 

Pass, U.T.S.; Bob Committee; Basketball; V.C.F.; Swimming. 
Future: — Theology at Emmanuel College. 

ELLEN MacGREGOR FANNAN LUNDY, Peterborough, Ont. (261) 
Pass. Peterborough C.L; Student Christian Movement. 



ENID MARY LYON, Toronto 
Pass, Oakwood C.L 

MICHAEL LYPKA, Sault Ste. Marie. Ont. 
Pass, Sault Ste. Marie C.I. 
Future; — Osgoode Hall. 



(262) 



(263) 



(MRS.) ADA RUTH MacDONALD, Orangeville, Ont. (264) 

Household Economics. Orangeville High; Household Economics and 
Biology Clubs I-IV; Campus Co-op. Res. II; Married III; Swimming 
IV. 

MARGARET JEAN MacDONALD, Scotia. Ont. (265) 

Pass, Sudbury High; U. of T. Senior Basketball I; Vic. Basketball 
Team I-II; University Aqua Show. 
Future: — Haven't seen my fortune teller yet. 



GORDON GRAHAM MacGILCHRIST, Toronto 
Pass. Northern Vocational. 
Future: — Teaching, and obtain M.A. degree. 



JOHN PERKINS MacGREGOR, Owen Sound, Ont. 
Pass, Owen Sound C.L; Dramatics; Tennis. 
Future: — Post grad work. 



DONALD JOHN MacKAY, Toronto 

Pass, North Toronto C.L; Victoria Hockey I-III. 
Future: — Post grad work in Advertising. 



(266) 



(267) 



(268) 



ELIZABETH JOYCE MacKAY, Toronto (269) 

Modern History, Earl Haig C.L; Modern History Club I-IV; Vic. 
Music Club III-IV; Philosophy Club II; Geography Club III-IV. 
Future:— O.C.E. 

JOHN CLARK MacKENZIE, Bayfield, Ont. (270) 

Pass, Sandwich C.L; Hart House Art Class; Vic. Basketball III-IV; 
Tennis; Swimming; Softball. 
Future: — Post grad work in personnel; see the world before marriage. 

ALLISON BERNICE MACKIE, Toronto (271) 

Food Chemistry, North Toronto C.L; Food Chemistry Club IV; 
Music Club IV; Chemistry Club III. 



DOUGLAS N. MacKLEM, Toronto 
ppoq Pfirkd3.lG CI. 
Future: — Attending the school of Law at U. of T. 



(272) 



(273) 



ELIZABETH ANN MacLEAN. Toronto 

Pass, Malvern C.L; Basketball Team II-III. . 

Future: — Expect to enroll in the School of Social Work or go into social 
work. 



RITA BLAIR MacLEAN, Toronto 
Modern Languages. 



(274) 



EFFIE ALISTAIRE MacLENNON, New Haven, Connecticut (275) 
Pass, St. Clement's School; Vic. Music Club I-llI; Vic. Dramatic 
Club III. 
Future: — Post grad work in the States. 

MARGARET ELIZABETH MacLENNAN, New Toronto, Ont. (276) 
Pass, Mimico High; All Varsity Mixed Chorus I-II. 

JESSIE CATHERINE MacLEOD, Baddeck. N.S. (277) 

Pass, Baddeck High; Victoria Glee Club; Associate President U. of 1 . 
S.C.M. 
Future: — Teen age counselling. 



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IAN MacMILLAN 
Pass. 



(278) 



MILDKEn I.OIS ANNE MacMILLAN. Keewatin, Ont. (279) 

Pass, Keewatin and Kenora High; Spanish Club III; Skating; Tennis. 
Future: — Post grad work. 



WILDA LF.I-: MacQrARRIE, Toronto 

Modern History. Malvern C.I.; Leslie Bell Singer. 
Future: — Post grad work. 



MARY ELIZABETH MacVICAR. London. Ont. 
Pass. Aylmer High. 
Future: — Theology, Emmanuel College. 



(280) 



(281) 



SYLVIA GERTRUDE MAGEE, Toronto (282) 

Household Economics, Lawrence Park C.L; Baseball Team III; 
Household Economics Executive I; Vic. BobCostumes III; Dramatic 
Club III. 
Future: — Home Economist or O.C.E. 

JOAN ETHEL MAHN. Toronto (283) 

Pass. Lawrence Park C.L; Spanish Club. 
Future: — Teaching. 

EARNEST WILLIAM NEIL MANN. Toronto (284) 

Pass. Humberside C.L; Vic. Major Basketball; Tennis. 
Future: — Osgoode. 

RUTH MARION MANNING, Grimsbv. Ont. (285) 

Pass. Grimsby High; Music Club II; I.R.C. III-IV; Blueand White 
Society III-IV; S.A.C. IV; V.C.U. IV; Electricity. 
Future: — Time will tell! 

ALAN ROY MARCHMENT. Toronto (286) 

Philosophy, Etobicoke C.L; Blue & White Band I-III; U.N.T.D. I- 



JUNE SUSHIEN MARK, Toronto 
Pass, Jarvis C.L; Golf Club; Tennis. 
Future: — School of Social Work. 



(287) 



JEAN ISABEL MARTIN. Guelph. Ont. (288) 

Pass, Guelph C.L; Vic. Basketball MIL 
Future; — Institute of Child Study and then Nursery School Work. 



WILLIAM CHARLES MARTIN. Leaside, Ont. 
Pass, Port Credit C.L; Rifle Club. 
Future: — Medicine. 



(289) 



BERNICE ADELENE MARTYN, Ripley, Ont. (290) 

Pass, Ripley High; S.C.M. II-III; Glee Club III; Vic. seconds Hockey 
II-III; Social Work at C.N.H. 
Future;— Possibly Institute of Child Study. 



CARLTON LIVINGSTONE MATEER, North Bay, Ont. 
Mathematics and Physics, North Bay C.L 



(291) 



DOUGL.AS KENNETH EDWI.N MATTHEWS, Toronto (292) 

General. Malvern C.L; Law Club I-III; Tennis; Swimming; Table 
Tennis; Made U. of T. windshield stickers. 
Future; — To work hard, live long, and die happy. 



SIDNEY JOHN MAVNARD, Toronto 
Pass, East York C.L 



(293) 



GERALD HARVEY MAYNES. St. Catharines. Ont. (294) 

Psychology. St. Catharines C.L; President, Gate House; Chairman. 
House Committee; Residence Council; Vic. Lacrosse. Volleyball. 
Basketball and Soccer. 

AGNES GILLIES McARTHUR, Port Credit, Ont. (29S) 

Pass. Port Credit C.L; Badminton Club III; Dancing in Scarlet and 
Gold Revue III. 
Future: — May Attend O.C.E. 

JEAN SHEILA McARTHUR. Toronto (296) 

Household Economics, Jarvis C.L; Household Economics Club- 
Music Club. 

Future: — .\mbition — Textile advertising or purchasing, actual plans 
very indefinite. 

ISABEL JEAN McBLAIN. Caledonia, Ont. (297) 

Pass. Caledonia High; Dramatic Society I; House Treasurer II; 
IlIrd year representative, -^nnesley Student Government .Association. 

FRANK WILLIAM McCAMUS. St. Catharines, Ont. (298) 

Physics and Geology, St. Catharines C.L; \^c. Sr. Soccer Team Ill- 
Basketball III. 
Future: — Stanford University. Post grad. 




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NORAH ELIZABETH McCLURE, Toronto (299) 

Pass, Lawrence Park C.L; Glee Club; S.C.M.; N.F.C.U.S. Rep. IL 
Future: — Teaching. 



WILLLAM CRAWFORD McCLURE, Parry Sound. Ont. 
Physics and Geology, Parry Sound High. 
Future: — High School Teaching. O.C.E. 



(300) 



MARY ELIZABETH McCOSH. Kincardine. Ont. (301) 

Modern Language and Literature. Kincardine High; Basketball I-IV; 
Softball II; I.R.C. IV; Music Club I-II. 
Future: — Ontario College of Education or Interpreting Work. 



(302) 



(303) 
Geography 



M.ARV McCREE. Toronto 

Music, St. Clements School; Victoria Music Club. 
Future:— Wedded Bliss (?). 

MURRAY KNOX McCUTCHEON, Shelburne, Ont. 
Geography. Shelburne High; Modern History Club I; 
Club I-IV; President IV. 
Future: — Post grad work at U. of T. 

ALAN ANDREW McDERMOTT, Toronto (304) 

Pass. Jarvis C.I. & D.V.A. Tutorial; C.O.T.C. I-III; Biology Club I- 
III; The Society for American .Archaeology; Director for Hart House 
Exploration Society Inc. III. 

Future: — Post grad work at Royal Ontario Museum and L'. of T. in 
\'ertebrate Palaeontology. 

FREDERICK CHARLES McFADDE.N, Toronto (305) 

Modern History, Malvern C.L; Lacrosse II-IV; Minor Basketball I- 
IV; The I'arsily II; Modern History Club III-IV; Victoria Debating 
Parliament, President IV. 
Future:— O.C.E. 



SHEILA MAE McDOUGALL. London, Ont. 
General, North Toronto C.I. 



(306) 

(307) 



MARY LU McGILL, Toronto 
Psychology. Law'rence Park C.I. 
Future: — Would like to w'ork in the field of ju\'enile delinquency. 

WILLIAM KYLE McGILLIS, Smiths Falls, Ont. (308) 

Modern History, Smiths Falls C.L; Modern History Club III-IV; 
Music Club (Vic.) I; President Ryerson House IV. 
Future: — Post grad work at Toronto. 



lOHN lAMES McH.'SiRDY, Hamilton. Ont. 
Pass. Westdale C.L 
Future: — Business. 



(309) 



BETTY VERRALL McK.AY. Toronto (310' 

Modern Languages and Literature. North Toronto C.L; Dramatic 
Club I-IV; French Club I-IV; Junior Philosophy Club II-IV. 
Future: — French Studies in Quebec City and O.C.E. 

HAROLD JOHN McKAY. Toronto (311) 

Modern Languages and Literature, Humberside C.L; Varsity 
Christian Fellowship I-IV; Membership Convener IV; French Club 
I-IV; Pianist III-IV; German Club I-IV; Vic. Chapel Pianist II; 
I.S.S. IV. 
Future: — Post graduate work or O.C.E. 

JANET RUTH McKERROW. Toronto (312) 

Food Chemistry. Humberside C.L; Music Club I-IV; Honour 
Science Club I-IV; Food Chemistry (ilub IV; Vic. Swimming Team 
III; .-Xquatic Show IV. 
Future: — Lab and/or M..A. till marriage. 

JUNE STEWART McKIE. Kitchener, Ont. (313) 

Pass. Kitchener-Waterloo C.I. 

DONALD McKILLICAN (314) 

Pass. 

LORNE JOHN McLACHLAN. Toronto (315) 

Pass, U.T.S.; U. of T. Orchestra; Basketball; Church Young Peoples 
Groups; Victoria Bob. 
Future: — Teaching, perhaps a year of Post grad. 

ALLAN CARRICK McLEAN, Toronto (316) 

Pass, U.T.S.; Commerce Club I-II; Hart House Bridge Club; Golf; 
Photography. 
Future: — Studying for Chartered Accountant. 

RLJTH ELIZABETH McLELL.AN, Toronto (317) 

English Language and Literature, Humberside C.L; Modern History 
Club II-IV; All-Varsitv Mixed Chorus II-IV; Orchestra Librarian 
III; French Club I-IV; Philosophy Club I-IV; Varsitv Christian 
Fellowship I-IV. 
Future: — Post graduate work, O.C.E. 

DELBERT ALE.XANDER McQU.AID, Huntsville, Ont. (318) 

Pass. Huntsville High; Square-Dancing. 

Future: — Four Year Medical Course at University of Michigan. 
.Ann Arbor, U,S..\. 

AUGUST WILLIAM ME.ACH.AM, Princeton, Ont. (319) 

Pass, V.C.F.; V.C.S.U. Secretary-Treasurer III. 
Future; — Enter Emmanuel College. 

EDITH JUNE MEAD, Hamilton, Ont. (320) 

General. Lawrence Park C.I.; Household Economics Club; .Athletics. 
Future: — Dietetic Field in Industry, Commercial or Hospital Line. 

EARL BEECHER MEXZIES, Charing Cross, Ont. (321) 

Pass. Law Club I-II; Vic. Bob II; Tennis; Hockey; U.N.T.D. I-II; 
Reserve Force .Army Officer. 
Future: — Post graduate work in L'.S..A. 



VICTORIA COLLEGE 



FRANK HOGG MIDDLEMISS, Glasgow. Scotland (322) 

Pass. Glasgow High; Victoria Dramatic Society I-III; Swimming; 
Tennis; Photography. 
Future: — Teaching; first, a vacation in Europe. 

(MRS.) DOROTHEA GLADYS MIDDLKTON. Toronto (323) 

Pass. Scarboro C.I.; Varsity Christian Kellowship I-III; Secretary II. 
Future: — Go with my husband, a Bai)tist minister, to Ethiopia as 
missionaries. 



THOMAS ALFRED MILBURN. Peterborough, Ont. (324) 

Mathematics and Physics. Peterborough C.I.; Mathematics and 
Physics Society. 
Future: — Continue .Actuarial Studies in Insurance Co. 



DOUGL.AS RUSSELL MILLER, Toronto ATA (32.S) 

Philosophy, Runnymede C.I. 

MARGARET ANNE MILLER. Toronto (326) 

Pass. Lawrence Park C.I.; Music Club. 
Future: — Secretarial Course. 



GORDON BALFOUR MILLING. Lindsay. Ont. (327) 

Political Science aod Economics. Lindsay C.I.; H. H. Glee Club I; 
Campus II-III; .Associate Editor II; C.C.F. Club II-IV; President IV; 
Staff The Varsity III. 
Future: — Post grad work. Toronto and London School of Economics 



DONALD HUGH MILLS. Toronto 

General, Lawrence Park C.I.; Golf; Bridge; Bowling. 
Future: — Law. 



(328 



MARJORIE ELIZ.ABETH MILLS. Toronto (329) 

Pass. Forest Hill C.I.; Athletic Rep. I; Secretary II; Social Directress. 
V.C.U. III. 



JOHN DUNBAR MILNE. Toronto (330) 

Pass. North Toronto C.I.; Victoria College Athletic L^nion; Track 
Curator; Intercollegiate Intermediate High Hurdle Champion 1947- 
1948; U. of T. Senior Intercollegiate Track and Field Champion 1949- 
1950. 

Future: — Insurance Broker in Father's Business — Maple Leaf 
Insurance Agencies. 



WILLIAM FRVSTON MILNES, Toronto 
Pass. 

ROBERT MORLEY MINTY. Toronto 

English Language and Literature. North Toronto CI. 
Future:— O.C.E. 

ALFRED HASKELL MITCHPXL. Toronto 
General. Humberside C.I.; Badminton Club. 
Future: — Chartered Accountancy. 

JEAN FLORENCE MITCHELL. Toronto 
Pass. Humberside C.I.; 
Future : — Business College — Translator. 



(331) 



(332) 



(333) 



(334) 



JOAN MARJORIE MITCHELL. Toronto (335) 

Pass. Lawrence Park C.I.; Play Tennis; Badminton; Golf; Swim; 
Music. 
Future: — Social work. 

DONALD BATES MONTGOMERY. Toronto (336) 

Physiology and Biochemistry. U.T.S. ; Member of C.O.T.C.; Tennis; 
Squash; Swimming; Skiing. 
Future: — Medicine at Toronto. 



MARILYN MONTGOMERY. Toronto 

Art and Archaeology. St. Clement's; Fine Art Club. 



(337) 



MARGARET ROBERTA MORGAN. Trail B.C. (338) 

Pass. Trail High; Victoria Basketball II-III; Varsity Aqua Show. 
Future: — Social work at U. of T. 

RUSSELL THOMAS MORGAN. Toronto (339) 

Modern History. East York C.I.; Modern History Club; Vic. C.C.F.; 
IV .Assembly Rep. V.C.L".: International Relations Club. 
Future: — Possibly Post graduate work or O.C.E. 



DELPHINE.ANNE MORRISON. Islington. Ont. 
Art and Archaeology. 



(340) 



JOAN CATHERINE MORRISON. Glen Norman, Ont. (341) 

Pass, Humberside C.I.; The Varsity Reporter I; Progressive Con- 
servatives I; Spanish Club III; Photography. 
Future: — Journalism and marriage. 

JOHN HILLIARD MORROW. St. Catharines. Ont. (342) 

Pass. St. Catharines C.I.; Vic. Mulock Cup Champs I; Wrestling I. 
Future: — Post grad work at Toronto. 








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PAUL ORLAND MORROW, Toronto (343) 

Pass, Lawrence Park C.L; Vic. Music Club; Vic. Track; All-Varsity 
Choir; University Badminton Club. 
Future: — Chartered Accountancy. 



JAMES \VILLL\M MORTON, Toronto 
Pass, Lawrence Park C.L 
Future: — Business. 



(344) 



SYLVLA MARGUERITE MOSS, Toronto (345) 

English Language and Literature, Oakwood C.L; The Varsity 
Reporter IH-IV; All-Varsity Chorus II; Acta Victoriana IV. 



MARION RUTH MULLOY, Toronto 

Pass, St. Clements School; Intercollegiate Swimming I-II; 
faculty Swimming I. II; Interfaculty Hockey II-III. 
Future: — Post grad at Institute of Child Study. 

MARY DOREEN MUM BY, Toronto 

English Language and Literature, Jarvis C.L 
Future; — Library School. 



(346) 
Inter- 



(347) 



EMILY ISABEL MUNRO, Toronto (348) 

Pass, St. Clement's School ; Presbyterian Fellowship; Varsity Christian 
Fellowship. 
Future: — Post grad at School of Social Worlc. 



GRANT GRAHAM MURRAY. Chatham. Ont. 
Pass, Chatham C.L; Vic. Basketball II-III. 
Future: — Osgoode Hall. 

WALTER REGINALD MURTON, Toronto 
General, U.T.S. ; Music. 
Future: — Post grad work. 

JACK MUSSELLAM, Winnipeg, Man. 

Pass, Manitoba Entertainment Society; Hockey; Soccer. 
Future: — Business. 



(349) 



(350) 



KS (351) 



(352) 



RUTH JEAN MUSTARD, Timmins, Ont. 
Pass, Timmins High. 
Future: — Normal School for Kindergarten Primary Specialist Course. 



GEORGE NABLO, Niagara Falls, Ont. 
Pass, Niagara Falls C.I. 
Future: — Law. 



K 2 (353) 



ROY GILBERT NEEHALL. Port-of-Spain, Trinidad (354) 

Modern History and Languages, Queen's Royal College; President of 
Victoria Student Christian Movement; 4th Year Rep. Vic. Debating 
Parliament; Soccer and Volleyball I. Ilnd year. 
Future: — Emmanuel College — Ministry. 

BARBARA ELIZABETH JANE NEFF, Toronto (355) 

Pass, Lawrence Park C.L; U. of T. Archery Team III; U. of T. 
Orchestra; Vic. Revue; Vic. Tennis. 

JOAN MARGARET NEILSON, Toronto (356) 

Modern History and Modern Languages, Branksome Hall; French 
Club I-IV; I.V.C.F. I-IV (Social Convener III); International 
Relations Club III-IV; History Club III-IV. 
Future: — Post grad work. 

PETER C. NEWMAN. Breclav, Czechoslovakia (357) 

Pass, Upper Canada College; Ajax Editor of The \'arsity; ('48-'50) 
Editor-in-Chief of the U.N.T.D. Magazine; Skiing. 
Future: — Post graduate studies. 

JOYCE MADELENE NOBLE. Uxbridge, Ont. (358) 

Pass, Uxbridge High. 

JOHN ARCHIBALD NORTHMORE, Toronto K2 (359) 

General, Jarvis C.L; Commerce Club I; Vic. At-Home Show II; 
Scarlet and Gold Review IV; All-Varsity ^Review III-IV; K S. 
Future: — Subject to change without notice. 

JOY ETHEL NURSE. Leaside, Ont. (360) 

Household Economics, Jarvis C.L; Varsity Christian Fellowship I-IV. 
Future: — Further work in Dietetics. 

MARY ELIZABETH OATEN, Brantford, Ont. (361) 

Pass, Brantford C.L; Music Club I; S.C.M.; Tennis; Hockey. 
Future: — School of Social Work. 

DOREEN MARGARET OGILVIE, Humboldt, Sask. (362) 

Household Economics, Rupert's Land Girl's School; Household 
Economics Club I-IV; Ski Club II-IV; Music Club IV; Badminton I- 
IV. 
Future: — Ontario College of Education. 

BEATRICE LENORE O'REILLY, Shelburne. Ont. (363) 

Pass, Shelburne High; Music Club I, III; Operetta I; Publicity 
Committee II; Art. 
Future: — Civil Service Work. 



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JOHN ALVIN ORR. Little Current. Ont. (364) 

Pass. Little Current Continuation School; C.O.T.C. I-III; Secretary, 
Dead Beats Club (unlimited). 
Future: — Either work or marriage. 



JOYCE EVELYN OSTRANDER. Toronto 
Pass. Parkdale C.L; Murray's Club. 



(365) 



WALTER DICKSON OSTROM. Ottawa. Ont. (366) 

Psychology. Glebe C.L; Psychology Club II-IV; Varsity Flying Club 
n, III; Vic. Basketball; Tennis. 

Future: — Post grad year at Varsity. Returning to permanent force, 
R.C.A.F. 



EMEE OTSUKI. Toronto 
Pass. Lord Kitchener C.L 



(367) 



MARJORY RUTH OWEN. Toronto (368) 

Geography. Jarvis C.L; Geography Club II-IV; Secretary III; All- 
Varsity Chorus II. 



ARTHUR HENRY PAINTER. Toronto 
Pass, Western Tech. 



(369) 



ADELE MARY PALMER. Toronto (370) 

Pass. Havergal College; Torontonensis Rep. Ill; Vic. Glee Club I. 
Future: — A Business Course to start off with. 



HADDON MELVIN PARK. Capreol, Ont. 
General. Capreol High. 
Future: — Work in selling and advertising field. 



(371) 



ROLAND MERTON PARKER. Toronto (372) 

Political Science and Economics. Riverdale C.L; Political Science 
Club I; Vic. Debating Parliament, 2nd Year Rep.; Ill, Treasurer; 
U. of T. C.C.F. ; IV, Secretary-Treasurer. 
Future: — Osgoode and Law. 



DONALD HAROLD PARR. Toronto 

Pass. Essex High; Blue and White Band; Tennis; Hockey. 
Future: — Law at Osgoode or Theology at Emmanuel. 



(373) 



CARMEN YVONNE PARRIS, Brown's Town, Jamaica (374) 

Sociology, St. Hilda's. Jamaica; Sociology Club II-IV; ."^sga Secretary 
III; Anthropology Club IV. 
Future: — Post grad work at Toronto. 

MURRAY WALTER PASHLER, Toronto (375) 

Philosophy, Malvern C.I. 

ROBIN PAULL PATERSON, Toronto (376) 

Music, Runnymede C.L; Vic. Music Club I-II; Swimming. 
Future; — Concert, radio and teaching. 

HERBERT HILLIS PATTERSON. Toronto (377) 

General, Preston High; Member Amateur Radio Club; Licenced 
Amateur VE3BJQ. 
Future: — Post graduate work at U. of T. 

WILLIAM W. PEARCE. Toronto (378) 

Pass. Oakwood C.L; Vic. Music Club II-III; Blue and White Band 
I-III; C.O.T.C. I-II. 
Future:— O.C.E. 



JOHN CARWARDINE PEARSON. Toronto 
Biology. U.T.S. ; Biology Club. 
Future: — Become a parasitology. 



(379) 



PATRICIA LILLIAN PEARSON. Ottawa. Ont. (380) 

Pass. Bishop Strachan School; International Relations Club; House 
Basketball, Tennis; Decorations Committees I. II; .Awards 
Committee II. 



MARY EVELYN PELZ. Toronto (381) 

Pass. Malvern C.L; Political Science Club II; Skiing; Tennis. 
Future: — Post grad at Michigan State. 



LYNWELL RICHARD PETERKIN, Jamaica. B.W.L 
Pass, Kingston College; 
Future: — Post grad work. 



CARL PERCY PEZZE, Toronto 
Pass. Jarvis C.L 
Future: — Post grad work at Toronto. 



LOUIS R. PICKERING. Acton. Ont. 
Biology, Hanover High. 



(382) 



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WALTER PIDLUBNY, Fort Frances. Ont. SN (385) 

Pass, Ft. Frances High; Tried Forestry; Tried P.H.E.; Tried Arts; 
will now try Osgoode Hall. 
Future: — To try to teach people to pronounce my name. 



WALTER PIDRUCHNY, Fort William. Ont. 

Pass, Fort William C.L; Ukrainian Students' Club. 



DONALD JAMES PIRIE. Guelph, Ont. 

Pass, Guelph C.L; Ski Club; Swimming Club. 
Future: — Graduate Studies or the Business World. 



MARGARET WILLMOTT PLEWES, Brantford, Ont. 
General, Brantford C.L 



(386) 



(387) 



(388) 



DAVID W. POGUE, Toronto (389) 

Political Science and Economics, Lawrence Park C.L; Chess Club l- 
III; Political .Science Club II-IV; Secretary III; Golf; Piano. 
Future: — Post grad Work. 

DONALD JAMES PORTER. Toronto (390) 

Mathematics and Physics. Lawrence Park C.L; M. and P. Society; 
Camera Club; C.O.T.C.; Qualified Captain, Royal Canadian 

.Artillery. 

Future: — Actuarial Work. 



EARL FREDERICK PORTER. Toronto 
Geography. Lawrence Park C.L 
Future: — Post grad work. 



(391) 



JOY ISOBEL PORTER. Brussels, Ont. (392) 

Pass. Brussels C.L; Vic. Dramatic Club II; Vic. Music Club I-III. 
Future: — .Advertising. 



WILFRED HENRY PORTER, Toronto 
Pass, Vaughan Road C.L 
Future : — Business. 



(393) 



JAMES CLINTON POTTER. Warkworth, Ont. (394) 

General, Warkworth High; Chairman Wymilwood Concerts III-IV; 
Music: Squash. 

JAMES ARTHUR PRICE, Campbellford, Ont. (395) 

Modern History, Lome Park College; Treasurer Gate House; 
Sunday School Teaching; Preacher. 
Future:— O.C.E. 



WILLIAM EDWARD PRINCE, Copper Cliff, Ont. 
Pass. Copper Cliff High; Hockey — Sr. Blues I-II. 
Future: — Post grad work — U. of Michigan or O.C.E. 



(396) 



D.AVID JAMES PROCUNIER, Toronto (397) 

Psychology. U.T.S.; Psychology Club II-IV; President IV; Hart 
House Glee Club II-IV. 
Future: — Post grad work. 



WALTER PROKOPOWICH, Toronto 

General, Harbord C.L; Ukrainian Students' Club. 

PHYLLIS MARGARET PURDY, Toronto 
Pass, Amherst High. 
Future: — Social Group Work. 



(398) 



(399) 



ALAN ROSS PURVES, Toronto SX (400) 

Political Science and Economics, Lawrence Park CL; Swimming; 
Golf; Night Courses. 
Future: — Printing-Publishing. 

VIOLA VICTORIA QUANCE. Robson, B.C. (401) 

General. Trail High; All-Varsity Choir; Anthropology Club; Political 
Science Club. 
Future: — Master's Degree — Economic Research. 

LILLIAN RUTH RACKHAM, West China (402) 

Sociology, Canadian School, West China; Music Club I; S.C.M. I-IV; 
I.S.O. Ill, IV; I.R.C. IV; C.C.U.F. IV. 
Future: — European relief work, next year. Social work eventually. 



DONALD VINCENT RAITT. Toronto 
Pass, Rehab. 

EDMUND VERNARD RALPH, Toronto 
Pass, Vaughan Road C.L 
Future: — School of Social Work. 



(403) 



(404) 



ROBERT DONALD RALPH, Toronto (405) 

Pass. Riverdale C.L; Rugby Curator III; Basketball; Vic. Bob; 
•All-Varsity Show. 
Future: — Teaching. 



PATRICLA ANN RAMSAY, Lome Park, Ont. 
Pass. Humberside C.L 



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CHARLES EDWARD RATHE, Toronto (4071 

Modern Languages and Literatures. Vaughan Road C.L; Victoria 
College French Club I-IV; International Relations Club IV; Acting 
in French Plays 1 1- III; Skiing. 
Future: — Post prad Work at V. of T. (History). 



MARY MOSS RAYMOND, Toronto 
Pass, Humberside C.I. 



(408) 



FLORENCE ANNIE REED. Greenport. L.I., N.V. (409) 

English Language and Literature, Queens College, Barbados, B.W.I. ; 
Member of the International Relations Club III. 
Future: — I hope to teach school in the L^.S.A. which is now my home. 



JOHN NEWTON REED. Penshein. West China (410) 

Philosophy, Oshawa C.L; Vic. Music Club; U. of T. Soccer Club, 
President; Basketball; Volleyball. 
Future: — To live as long as life remains and as it comes. 



MARY ALICE REEVES. Toronto (411) 

Household Economics, Malvern C.L; Household Economics Club I- 
IV; Canterbury Club III. 
Future: — Home Service for Food Company. 



MELVILLE HOWARD REID, Toronto 
Pass. Danforth Tech.; Vic. Football II-III. 



(412) 



ROBERT HENRY REID, Toronto (413) 

Pass. Danforth Tech.; Basketball Curator; Squash Team; Jr. and Sr. 
Vic. Basketball. 
Future: — Osgoode Hall and eventually into the mining industry. 



(MRS.) VERNA MAUD REID. Toronto (414) 

Philosophy. North Toronto C.L; All-Varsity Mixed Chorus II; 
Housewife 1 1 1- IV. 
Future: — Full-time housewife. 



MISS A. M. RENWICICE 



(415) 



JUDITH LEE RICHARDS. Toronto (416) 

Modern History and Modern Languages. Malvern C.L; History Club; 
French Club. 
Future: — Journalism. 



STANLEY DAVID RICHARDS. Toronto 
Modern History. Harriston High. 
Future: — Teaching. 



(417) 



DOUGL.AS ARTHUR LINCOLN RIGBY. San Diego. Calif. (418) 
Pass. Malvern High; House Manager of Scarlet and Gold Revue. 
Future: — Real estate salesman in sunny south. 



FRANK HAROLD RIGLER. Toronto 
Biology. East York C.L 
Future: — Post graduate studies — at Toronto. 

DONALD RIPLEY 
Pass. 



HELEN MILLER ROBB. Winnipeg. Man. 
Pass, Glenlawn C.L 
Future: — Medical Social Work. 



(419) 



(420) 



(421) 



MICHAEL FRANCIS ROBERTS. Toronto (422) 

Modern History, East York C.L; Modern History Club II-IV. 
Future : — Teaching. 



ELEANOR LOUISE ROBERTSON, Shelburne, N.S. (423) 

Household Economics. Shelburne Academy; Household Economics 
Club I-IV; Biology Club I- II; Badminton Club III-IV. 
Future:— O.C.E. 



JOHN CULLEN ROBERTSON. Toronto (424) 

Political Science and Economics. North Toronto C.L; Few Campus 
Activities; Operate a Store which takes up all spare time. 
Future: — Own Business perhaps or job in South America. 



MARGARET ELEANOR ROBERTSON, Toronto 
Psychology, Earl Haig C.L 



MARY ELIZ.\BETH ROBERTSON, Toronto 
Physiology and Biochemistry, Oakwood C.L 



FRANCES ANNE ROBSON. Kirkland Lake. Ont. 
Pass. Kirkland Lake C.L 
Future:— O.C.E. 



(425) 
(426) 
(427) 




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NEIL ROSS ROE, Toronto 
Pass, Malvern C.I. 
Future: — Teaching. 



(428) 



DIANE PATRICI.\ ROGERS. Toronto (429) 

Modern History, Forest Hill C.I.; Victoria Debating Parliament 
Executive II-IV; V.C.W.A.A. Executive II-IV; Directress IV; 
Hockey; Basketball; Baseball; Modern Historv Club III-IV. 
Future:— O.C.E. 



ELIZABETH ANNE ROGERS. St. Catharines, Ont. 
Pass, Bishop Strachan School. 



HUGH A. A. ROSE, Mount Brydges. Ont. 
Pass, Sarnia C.I. 
Future: — Theology. 



DONALD CAMPBELL ROSS, Toronto 
Pass. Riverdale C.I. 



(430) 
* r A (431) 

(432) 



DOROTHY ANNE ROSS, Toronto (433) 

General, Oakwood C.I. ; Vic. Basketball; Volleyball I, II-IV; Baseball 
IV. 
Future: — Post grad or O.C.E. 



GLORIA ANNETTA RUBEL, Port Colborne, Ont. (434) 

Pass, Port Colborne High; Vic. Basketball I; Vic. Softball I. 
Future:— O.C.E. 



ANNA JANE RUNDLE, Toronto (435) 

Pass, Forest Hill C.I. 



MARY ELIZABETH RUSSELL, Toronto (436) 

Pass. North Toronto C.I.; Biology Club I-IV; Swimming; S.C.M. 
Future: — Post grad work in dietetics. 



HELEN BERNICE RYNARD. Sutton. Ont. (437) 

Pass, Sutton High. 
Future: — Public School Teacher — be a good housewife, teach a little. 

ISOBEL MARIE SALTER, Barrie, Ont, (438) 

Modern History and Modern Languages, Barrie C.I.; International 
Relations Club I-IV; Modern Historv Club IV; Secretary Class of 
STO II; Member V.C.U. Assembly HI; House President IV. 
Future: — Travel. 



PETER LYLE SAMS (439) 

Pass. 
Future: — Theology. 



COREY LEROY SANDERS, Bloomfield, Ont. (440) 

Mathematics and Physics, Picton C.I. 
Future: — Research in General Physics. 



RUTH ELLEN SANDERSON, Toronto (441 ) 

Pass. North Toronto C.I. 



ALAN GRANT SCOTT, Kitchener, Ont. (442) 

Pass, Kitchener C.I.; Ski Club II-III. 
Future: — Personnel work or post grad in industrial relations. 



BARBARA PRISCILLA SCOTT. Lefroy. Ont. (443) 

Household Economics, Brampton High; House Ec. Club I-IV; Music 
Club I-IV; Tennis; Music. 
Future: — Commercial Food Work. 



GLORIA WANDA SCOTT, Toronto (444) 

General. Parkdale C.I.; S.C.M. I-IV; Modern History Club III-IV. 
Future: — O.C.E. 



KENNETH MERVYN SCOVELL, Toronto (445) 

Modern Languages and Literatures, Riverdale C.I.; French Club I; 
Hart House Bridge Club II-IV. 
Future: — O.C.E. Language Teacher in Collegiate. 



ROBERT DAVID SCYTHES. Toronto 
Pass. U.T.S.; Stage Crew for Vic. Bob II. 
Future: — Uncertain — Business. 



<J>r A (446) 



HAROLD JOHN SECKINGTON, Toronto (447) 

General, York Memorial C.I.; Commerce Club; Tennis and Squash. 
Future: — Insurance field. 



VELMA SERES, Tillsonburg, Ont. 
Pass, Tillsonburg High. 



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JAMES DITSON SERVICE, Toronto (449) 

Modern History, North Toronto C.I.; Bob II; Bob Committee III; 
Business Manager Ada Vicloriana IlI-IV; Liberal Association III- 
IV; Councillor IV; President University Division, Ontario Young 
Liberal Association IV. 
Future: — Service with a smile. 



DAISY SHELDON, Toronto 
General. Oakwood C.I. 



JOHN RAYMOND SHEMILT. Graysville. Man. 
General. Kenora-Keewatin High; Campus Co-op. 
Future: — Law. 



GERALD C. M. SHIER. Bracebridge, Ont. 
Pass, Bracebridge High. 



(450) 



(4.S1) 



Ben (452) 



ELINOR RAE SHIRLEY. Peterborough. Ont. (453) 

Household Economics. Peterborough C.I.; Victoria College Music 
Club I-II; Biology Club II; Household Economics Club I-IV; Other 
Interests: — Girls' Camp Work; Music; Swimming. 
Future:— O.C.E. 

BEVERLEY JOAN SHOEMAKER. Toronto (454) 

Pass, Lawrence Park C.I.; Basketball I-IIl; Volleyball I-III; Year 
Executive I; Basketball Curator II; Treasurer V.C.W.A.A. Ill; The 
Bell Singers. 

ALBERT JOHN SHUPE, Toronto (455) 

General. Humberside C.I.; Badminton Club II-III; Tennis; Sunday 
School Superintendent. 
Future: — O.C.E. and on to high school teaching. 



JAMES WALTER SIMPSON. Timmins. Ont. 
Pass, Timmins High; Reporter on The \'arsily. 
Future: — To say my adieux to the "Ivory Tower" 

LOIS MARGARET SKELLY, Timmins, Ont. 
Pass, Timmins High. 



(456) 



(457) 



RAY ORVILLE SKINNER. Oshawa, Ont. (458) 

Mathematics and Physics, Oshawa C.I.; South House I-IV; M. and P. 
Club; Fish Lab. 
Future: — Post grad work overseas. 



FR.ANK WILLIAM SLAVIK. Toronto 
Pass, Dominion Business College. 
Future: — Plan to enter the ministry at Knox College. 



(459) 



BENJAMIN GALLETLY SMILLIE, Toronto (460) 

Philosophy, Fettes College, Edinburgh. Scotland; V.C.S.U. I-IV; 
President IV; North House I-IV; President IV; Vice-President 5T0 I; 
Vic. Soccer III-IV; Torontonensis Rep. IV. 
Future : — Theology. 



DOROTHY JANE SMITH, Toronto 
Philosophy, Oakwood C.I. 



(461) 



EDNA MAE SMITH. Nottawa. Ont. (462) 

Pass, Collingwood C.I.; Glee Club III; Badminton Club III; Skiing; 
Skating. 
Future: — Post grad work in Psychology, teaching in Leaside. 

FREDERICK EDWIN SMITH. Toronto (463) 

Political Science and Economics, Runnymede C.I. 

JAMES GRAHAM SMITH, Toronto (464) 

Chemistry. East York C.I.; Chem. Club II-IV; President IV. 
Future: — Research in Chemistry. 

KATHLYN WILSON SMITH. Trinidad B.W.I. (465) 

English Language and Literature, Naparima High; The Varsity Staff 
I-IV; S.C.M. I-III; Publicity III; Secretary Vic. 5T0 IV; Ada 
Vicloriana Staff IV. 
Future: — Post grad work in England. 



LAWRENCE EDWARD SMITH, Whitby, Ont. 
English Language and Literature, Oshawa C.I. 
Future:— O.C.E. 



MARGARET ELIZABETH SMITH, Toronto 

General. Lawrence Park C.I.; Dramatic Society 

Figure Skating: .-^11 Sports. 

Future: — Ontario College of Education. 



I-IV; 



(466) 



(467) 
Tennis; 



PETER FORBES SMITH. Edinburgh, Scotland (468) 

Pass, Boroughmuit, Edinburgh; Modern History Club I; French 
Club I; Victoria Dramatic Society III. 
Future: — O.C.E. at Normal School. 

EILEEN ROSE-MARIE SNIDER, Brampton, Ont. (469) 

Art and Archaeology. Fergus High; Student Christian Movement I- 
IV; Associate President IV; Fine An Club. 
Future: — Art in Religious Education. 







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MURIFX CATHARINE SNIDER. Kitchener. Ont. (470) 

Modern Languages and Literatures. Kitchener C.I.; Attended 
French Club occasionally; International Relations Club IV. 
Future: — Translating work — preferably with government. 



SHEIL.A MARY SNIDER. Waterloo. Ont. 
Pass, Kitchener- Waterloo C.I.; Basketball. 
Future: — Post grad work in Textiles. 



(471) 



TED PEARCE SNIDER. Smithfield. Ont. S X (472) 

Pass. Trenton High; Blue and White Band I-III; Co-Director of 
Scarlet and Gold 49; All-Varsity Review II; Guardian for John Shore. 
Future: — Attempt Radio — Will play the small towns, to keep eating. 



MARGARET SPROULE. Toronto 

Pass. North Toronto C.I.; Music Club I. 



(473) 



WILLIAM RUTHERFORD SPROWL, Burford. Ont. (474) 

Political Science and Economics. Burford High; International 
Relations Club; Political Science Club. 
Future: — Law at Osgoode. 

ALBERT HARRY STEVENSON. Toronto (475) 

Pass. Malvern C.I.; Optimist Club President III; Basketball; 
Soccer I. II; Skiing. 

Future: — Post grad work in Business Administration at University 
of Western Ontario. 



GEORGE KENNETH STONE. Toronto (476) 

Pass. Runnymede C.I.; Chess; Basketball II-III; Skiing. 
Future: — Possibly post grad work at University of Western Ontario. 

CHARLES LEIGHTON STREIGHT. Toronto (477) 

Pass. Humberside C.I.; Varsity Christian Fellowship; Victoria 
College Student Union; Hart House Camera Club. 
Future: — My next 3 years will be spent within the hallowed halls of 
Emmanuel College. And then? 

ARTHUR ALAN HARVEY STRIKE. Bowmanville, Ont. (478) 

Modern History. Bowmanville High; Modern History Club I-IV; 
Political Science Club II-III; Secretary and President V.C.A.U.; 
Athletic Director V.C.U.; Sr. Vic. Hockey III-IV; Jr. "B" Hockey II. 
Future; — Law. 



CLIFFORD LESTER SUMMERS, Sundridge. Ont. 
Pass, Chesterville High; Hockey Vic. II. 
Future: — Teaching. 

W. M. SUMMERVILLE 
Pass. 



MAURICE GORDON SUSSMAN. Wiarton, Ont. 
Pass. 



(479) 

(480) 

(481) 



BERT FREDERICK SUTCLIFFE. Toronto (482) 

Modern History. Danforth Tech.; President Vic. Music Club; 4th 
Yr. Rep. Modern History Club; Reserve Intelligence Corps — Army. 
Future: — Possibly Post graduate study in Canadian History. 

ROBERT MURRAY SUTHERLAND, Toronto (483^ 

Pass. Lawrence Park C.I.; Golf; Swimming; Skiing; Sailing; Music. 
Future: — M.A.; Law or Business. 

NORMA BLANCHE CLARE SUTTON, Toronto (484) 

Pass, Lawrence Park C.I.; Vic. At-Home Show I. 

SHIRLEY RUTH TABB, Toronto (485) 

Pass. Lawrence Park C.I.; Tennis; Basketball; Volleyball. 
Future: — A short, interesting career. 

ISABEL NANCY TANNER, St. Catharines, Ont. (486) 

Modern Language and Literature. St. Catharines C.I.; Music Club I; 
Frencli Club II; Canterbury Club II; Asga II Rep.; Junior Year at 
Smith College; House President IV; I.R.C. IV. 
Future: — Post grad work. 

EVELYN JEAN T.^YLOR. Toronto (487) 

Pass, Malvern C.I.; Swimming; Tennis; Skating; Fishing; Singing. 
Future: — To do the will of God. 

FREDERICK WILLIAM INNES T.AYLOR. Shanty Bay. Ont. (488) 
Pass, Barrie C.I.; President Archaeology Club; U. of T. Rifle Team. 
Future: — Post graduate work. 

GEORGE OLIVER T.\YLOR. Timmins, Ont. (489) 

Pass, Timmins High: Canterbury Club; Oil Painting; Skiing; Golf; 
Tennis. 
Future: — Post grad work in industrial relations. 

VIDA MAUDE TAYLOR. Orangeville. Ont. (490) 

Modern Languages and Literatures, Humberside C.I.; Hockey; 
Basketball; .^ssoc. President of Victoria Debating Parliament. 
Future: — Post grad work or O.C.E. or both! 



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PHOEBE CHRISTINA TEMPLETON. Toronto (491) 

Philosophy and English, North Toronto C.I.; Vic. Dramatic Society 
I-IV; Social Directress III; Vic. Music Club I; STO Secretary I; 
V.C.U. Secretary III; Associate President IV. 
Future: — Marriage — and law, he tells me. 

FAY LOKEEN TERRY, Aldershot, Ont. (492) 

Household Economics. Waterdown High; House Ec. Club; House 
Secretary III. 
Future: — Dietetics. 

DOUGLAS PRITCHARD THOM.VS, Toronto <I>Ae (493) 

Political Science and Economics. North Toronto C.I.; S.A.C. Rep. 
S.A.C. Public Relations. Blue S: White; Fraternity President; I.S.S.; 
Liberal Club; I.F.C. 
Future: — Law. 

GLORIA FAE THOMPSON, Toronto (494) 

Philosophy and English, Jarvis C.I.; University of Toronto Sym- 
phony Orchestra, First Violin. 
Future: — Post grad in Philosophy (Aesthetics). 



RICHARD CHESTER THOMPSON. Nassau. Bahamas 
Pass. Western Central C.l. 
Future: — Post graduate work in English. 



(495 ) 



ZELMA RUTH THOMPSON. Toronto (496) 

Pass, Humberside C.L; Inter-Varsity Christian Fellowship I-III. 
Future: — Possibly Biblical Seminary — New York after working a 
year. 

THOMAS HAMILTON THOMSON. Toronto (497) 

Pass, U.T.S.; Table Tennis; Basketball; Golf; Swimming; Skiing; 
Scouting. 

AUDREY SYBIL TODD, Toronto (498) 

Pass, Runnymede C.L; Badminton Club III; Sewing; Swimming. 
Future: — Ontario College of Education — Public School Option. 

MARGARET JANET TOMLINSON, Toronto (499) 

Modern History, York Memorial C.L; Psychology Club I; Glee Club 
II-III; Modern History Club III-IV. 
Future: — Social Work or Teaching. 

MARY ELIZABETH TOPP. Toronto (500) 

Pass, St. Clement's School; Badminton Club III; Sewing; Music. 



BARBARA GRACE TORRANCE, Toronto 

Psychology, Etobicoke C.L; Psychology Club II-IV. 



(501 ) 



KEITH McGregor TORRIE, Orangevllle. Ont. (502) 

Chemistry, Orangeville High; Hart House Camera Club III-IV; 
Maths and Physics Club I; Chemistry Club II-IV; Secretary- 
Treasurer IV. 
Future: — Industrial Chemistry. 

TRUDELLA carol TREDWELL, Toronto (503) 

Pass. Runnymede CI 
Future: — Course at library school. ' 

ROBERTGEO. TRIMBLE. Delhi, Ont. *K2 (504) 

Pass, Lawrence Park C.I. 
Future: — Emmanuel — United Church Ministry. 

ROGER BIRK TRUEMNER. Toronto (505) 

Honour Geography. Malvern C.I.; Geography Club; Year Executive 
5T0; Vic. Ski Team; Minor Basketball; Soccer; Hockey; Vic. 1st 
Athletic Colours. 

ELEANOR JOAN TURNER, Toronto (506) 

Pass, East York C.L; Music Club I; Swimming; Reading; Skating; 
Bowling. 
Future: — Secretarial work. 

JAMES RALPH ADAM TURNER, Toronto (507) 

Modern History and Modern Languages, Vaughan Road C.L; 
Modern History Club III-IV; Vic. French Club I-IV; Treasurer IV. 
Future: — Law or Post grad work. 

JOSEPH MORTEN TYRRELL, .\gincourt. Ont. (508) 

Modern History and Modern Languages. L'pper Canada College; 
Spanish Club I-IV; President IV; International Relations Club IV; 
2nd. Lt. R.C.A. (Reserve). 29th Regt. S.P.; Tennis. 
Future: — External Affairs. 

ROBERT BRUCE VANSTONE. Owen Sound. Ont. (509) 

Philosophy. Owen Sound C.L; Music Club IV; Boy's Work I-III; 
Emmanuel and Vic. Soccer I-IV; Tennis. 
Future: — Ministry of United Church. 



WALTER EDWARD WARD. Toronto 

English Language and Literature, Scarboro C.L; 
Hart House Glee Club III-IV; Vic. Drama III. 
Future: — Teaching. 

MISS J. J. WAREHAM 

ARTHUR INGLEHART WATERS. Toronto (512) 

Philosophy (English or History), Humberside C.L; V.C.S.U.; 
Ontario Older Boys Parliament; Hockey. 

Future: — Emmanuel College — then the ministry in United Church o 
Canada. 



(510) 
V.C.M.S.A.; 



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CLAUDE ERLE WATSON. Havelock, Ont. 

Modern History. Havelock High; Modern History Club. 
Future; — Teaching; post grad in England. 



(513) 



DAVID BENNINGTON WEATHERHPZAD. Toronto (514) 

Modern History, North Toronto C.I.; Modern History Club II-IV; 
International Relations Club IV; Victoria College .Assembly IV; 
Basketball II-IV; Coach, Vic. Girls' Softball IV. 
Future: — Osgoode Hall. 

DOREEN JOYCE WEBSTER, Fort William, Ont. (515) 

Modern Languages and Literatures, Fort William C.I.; Vic. Softball, 
Volleyball I-IV; Vic. Basketball I-III; Spanish Club II. 
Future : — Translating. 

MARGARET JOAN MORLENE WEBSTER. Brighton, Ont. (516) 
Modern History, Brighton High; Modern History Club II-IV; I.R.C. 
III-IV, Secretary IV; Assoc. President of Class Executive IV. 
Future: — I wish I knew! 

LEONORE McILWAIN WEEKES. Toronto (517) 

Modern History. East York C.I.; Vic. Music Club II-III; Modern 
History Club. Secretary IV; Varsity Christian Fellowship IV; 
International Relations Club IV; Badminton Club IV. 
Future: — Normal School. 

CATHERINE ANNE WEGENAST, Port .Arthur. Ont. (518) 

Modern History. Port Arthur C.I.; Modern History Club II-IV; 
Music Club I; Asga III-IV; President IV. 
Future: — O.C.E. 

BERNICE WELCH, Simcoe, Ont. (519) 

Modern Languages and Literatures. Simcoe High; German Club III; 
French Club IV; International Relations Club IV. 
Future: — Translating job. 

HELEN ELISE WELLS, Newtonbrook, Ont. (520) 

Household Economics, Earl Haig C.I.; Household Economics Club 
I-IV; S.C.M. III. 
Future; — Ont. College Education. 

WILLIAM BRUCE WERRY, Toronto (521) 

Pass, Oakwood C.I.; Vic. Bobs II-III; All-Varsity Revue II-III; 
Scarlet and Gold III; Vic. Cheerleading; Hockey; International 
Relations Club III; Skiing. 
Future: — Teaching and Music. 



JANETTE WHITEFORD, Long Branch, Ont. 
Pass, Long Branch C.I. 

TIMOTHY TED WHITLOCK, Toronto 

Political Science and Economics, York Memorial C.I. 
Science Club; I.R.C. 

ROBERT GEORGE WILLIAMS, Port Credit, Ont. 
Pass, Port Credit High, 
Future: — Law. 

DOUGLAS EDGAR WILLIS, Toronto 
Philosophy, Humberside C.I. 
Future: — To Philosophize. 



(522) 



(523) 
Political 



(524) 



(525) 



MARY E. WILLMOT, Orillia, Ont. (526) 

Modern History and Modern Languages. Orillia C.I.; Varsity Mixed 
Chorus II-IV; International Relations Club III-IV; Modern History 
Club IV; Canterbury Club II-llI; Music. 
Future: — Airlines Liaison Work. 



GEORGE WILSON 
Pass. 



(527) 



GLORIA MAUDE WILSON, Toronto (528) 

Pass, Parkdale C.I.; Scarlet and Gold Review; Ski Club; All- Varsity 
Mixed Choir. 
Future: — Advertising if possible. 

INGRID WILSON, Toronto (529) 

Psychology, Bishop Strachan School; Basketball and Skating; 
Tennis. 
Future: — Columbia University for my M..A. in Psychology. 

WILLIAM THOMAS WILSON, Toronto (530) 

Physics and Geology, Oakwood C.I.; Rock tapping in summer and 
Skiing in Winter. 
, Future: — Geophysical Prospecting in Northern Canada. 



R. C. WINTRIP 



(531) 



WILLIAM JOHN WITHROW. Willowdale. Ont. (532) 

Art and Archaeology, Earl Haig C.I.; Graduateof C.O.T.C., Infantry; 
Church work; Sketching; Skiing; Marriage. 
Future: — Art Teacher. 



HELEN BRUCE WONG, Toronto 

Pass, Oakwood C.I.; Chinese Students 

Badminton. 

Future: — Secretarial Work. 

JEAN SHORTREED WOOD, Toronto 
Pass, Forest Hill High. 



Club; 



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College 



REV. R. S. K. SEELEY 

M.A., D.D., LL.D. 



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gladly respond to the invitation to send a message to you who are graduating in 1950. It is 
no light task that lies before you who are entering on your life's w^ork at this period, for there 
is little sense of security or stability in the world into which you are going. Yet you can start 
with a far greater feeling of optimism than some of your predecessors. There is something 
immensely challenging in a world that has to be shaped anew. There are endless possibilities 
in a civilisation that is evolving new patterns, and there are boundless opportunities for those 
who have a sense of perspective in these days. We venture to believe that you have a sense of 
perspective. Unless our University system is altogether at fault, you have learnt during these 
years among us what are the things which are valuable in life. You have had the opportunity 
to study the cultural heritage of the ages and to learn what are the things that abide amid the 
changing circumstances of life. It is for this reason that you go out as marked men and 
women. It is not simply that you have advanced knowledge in technical skills. That may or 
may not be true. The fact is that you have seen in greater measure than most of your fellou's 
w^hat are the things that make up the richness of our civilization and what are the things that 
contribute to the good society in every generation. In addition to these things which you 
share with your fellow-graduates, you have also had the advantage of the communal life of 
a residential College, where so much depends upon harmonious human relationships. This 
will be true in larger measure of the society which you are now entering, and we trust that you 
will have a special contribution to make in the field of mutual understandingand cooperation. 
Above all, we hope that you will carry away with you an understanding of the necessity for 
spiritual foundations in a well-ordered society, and the knowledge that the service of man is 
complementary to the service of God. 

We are grateful to you for the contributions which you have made, each in your own way 
to the corporate life of the College. Your influence will remain and we shall not be un- 
mindful of you. You will still be one with us in the larger community of Trinity graduates, 
and we wish you good success in all your undertakings.-^ 



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ISOBEL ELLEN ALTHOUSE. Toronto (I) 

Pass. St. Clement's High; Modern History Club I-II; Polity Club II- 
III. 
Future:— O.C.E. ' 



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(3) 



Radio Workshop; Music 



.1K.\N BENONIE ARTHUR. Toronto 
Pass. Havergal College. 

GINA ELISE BAKER. Toronto 

Pass. Branksome Hall; French Club; 
(light classical); Skiing; Riding; Singing. 
Future: — Not yet definite. 

ARTHUR WINNINGTON BALL. Toronto (4) 

Pass. Upper Canada College; Spanish Club (II Yr. Rep.); Revolver 
Club; Flying Club; .All-Varsity Chorus; Squash; Track. 
Future: — Business World. 

GWENDOLYN PHYLLIS BALL. Toronto (5) 

Pass. Bishop Strachan School; Trinity French Club; .\lliance 
Francaise; Trinity S. CM.; Canterbury Club; St. Hilda's Literary 
Society. 
Future: — May enter a hospital school of nursing. 

JANE STUART BANKIER. Hamilton. Ont. (6) 

Art and Archaeology. Strathallan School; International RelationsClub 
IV; Fine Art Club I-IV. 
Future: — Interior decorating. 

JAMES CHRISTOPHER BARBER, Bermuda A K E (7) 

General. Trinity College School; International Relations Club; 
Senior Soccer Blues (48-49); Squash. 
Future: — Osgoode Hall — Maybe. 

DOUGLAS HENDRICKS BATEMAN, Belleville. Ont. (8) 

Pass. Belleville C.I.; Spanish Club; Arts & Letters Club; Tennis; 
U.N.T.D. Cadet. 
Future: — Osgoode Hall. 

DAVID BUCHANAN BEEMAN, Fort William, Ont. (9) 

Pass. Fort William C.I.; Skiing; Rugby; Track and Volleyball; I.S.S. 
Rep.; Hunting; Fishing & Golf. 
Future: — A Masters Degree in Geography or Osgoode Hall. 

BRENDA MARGERY BENNETT. Niagara Falls, Ont. (10) 

Household Economics. Port Arthur C.I.; Volleyball; Baseball; 
Music. Trinity Choir; Choral Society. 
Future: — Dietetic work in hospital. 

JAMES W. BIRDELL. Folkestone. England Z I' (11) 

Pass. U.C.C.; Squash Committee; Squash Team (Sr.); Tennis 
(Intermediate). 
Future : — Osgoode. 

ROBERT GORDON BLACKADAR. Ottawa. Ont. (12) 

Geological Science, Lisgar C.I.; Coleman Club I-IV; Skiing; Hiking; 
Sailing. 
Future: — Postgraduate Work in States. 

MURIEL SARAH CARLOTTA BOLTON. St. Catharines, Ont. (13) 
General, St. Catharines C.I.; St. Hilda's Literary Society I-IV; 
President IV; St. Hilda's Athletic Societv II; Baseball I-IV; Volley- 
ball Il-Ill; Trinity Choir I; I.R.C. II. 
Future: — "Teaching. 

RICHARD BARRY FUDGER BRITTON-FOSTER. Toronto (14) 
Modern History & Modern Languages, U.C.C.; Trinity College 
Dramatic Society I-IV; German Club I; Trinity Soccer I-IV; Clerk 
of House (Lit.) IV; Board of Stewards IV. 
Future: — Cambridge. 



SALLY STRATHY BROUGH.A.LL. Toronto 

General; Ground Hockey III-IV; Trinity Arts & Letters MIL 



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RONALD BRYDEN. Port-of-Spain. Trinidad (16) 

English Language & Literature. Ridley College; Trinity University 
Review I-IV ; Editor-in Chief IV; Historical Club IV; Varsity Radio 
Scripting II-III; Musical Comedy. 
Future: — Graduate work. 

HELEN LOUISE BURDEN. Toronto (17) 

Pass. Havergal C.I. 

HELEN FLORENCE C.AVELL, Toronto (18) 

Pass. North Toronto C.I.; Volleyball I-lII; Stage Crew, .All-Varsity 
Revue lI-III; Canterbury Club I-II; Progressive Conservative Club 
II. 
Future: — Social Work. 

RITA CHAFFEE. Toronto (19) 

Pass, North Toronto C.I.; Trinity College Choral Society III. 
Future: — Library School. University of Toronto. 

JOHN BEAVEN CHARNELL. Victoria. B.C. (20) 

Philosophy & English, Weyburn C.I.; Brett Club I-IV; Philosophical 
Society Treasurer IV. 
Future: — Theology at Trinity College. 

M.ARGARET G. J. CLEGG. Montego Bay. Jamaica B.W.I. (21) 

Pass, Hampton School; Trinitv Dramatic Club I-III; Canterbury 
Club II-Ill; St. Hilda's Tennis Team. 
Future: — Business Course in England — Return to Canada. 

ARTHUR ROBERT CLEVERLEY, Toronto A K E (22) 

Pass. U.C.C.; Head of .STl II; Torontonensis Rep. Ill; Blue & 
White Band I-Ill; I.R.C. II-III; Board of Stewards II; Hockey I- 
III; Tennis; C.O.T.C. I-III; Hart House Glee Club III. 
Future: — Law & Marriage. 



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CHARLES GIBBS COWAN, Cannington, Ont. 
Pass, Upper Canada College. 
Future: — Law. 



JAMES MURDOCK DACOSTA, Ottawa. Ont. 

Pass. St. Andrew's College; Trinity Football II; Hockey I; 
II; Liberal Club II-III. 
Future: — Osgoode Hall. 



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Basketball 



GEORGE HENRY DAVIES, Winnipeg. Man. (25) 

Pass. Vice-President of Literary Institute; U. of T. Senior Wrestling 
Team; Hart House Sketching Group; Dramatic Society. 
Future: — Further Study. 



MARY ISABEL MACDONALD DUNLOP. Ancaster, Ont. (26) 

Modern History, Havergal College; International Relations Club II 
IV; French Club I-II; German Club I; Golf. 
Future: — Study in Switzerland. 



BARBARA JOAN DYMENT, Toronto (27) 

Pass. Havergal College. 
Future; — Post graduate course in Industrial Psychology at Radcliff. 

WILLIAM ROBERT EBY. Toronto (28) 

Pass, LTpper Canada College; Non Resident Year Representative; 
Treasurer, Missionary Committee; Associate President of College 
S.C.M. 
Future: — Divinity Course at Trinity College. 



HERBERT PERCIVAL PETER ECKARDT. Toronto 
Pass. Oakwood C.I. 



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EDITH WYNDHAM EDDIS. Toronto (30) 

Pass, Bishop Strachan School; University Settlement Volunteer work. 
Future: — Going to do Social Work. 



ELIZABETH MEREDITH ELLIS, Ottawa, Ont. (31) 

English Language and Literature. Lisgar C.I. 
Future: — Library School. 

GWENDOLYN EDNA EVANS. Toronto H B <J> (32) 

Pass. 

MARIANNE LOUISE FAIRGRIEVE, Toronto (33) 

Pass, Bishop Strachan School; St. Hilda's Basketball; Swimming & 
Hockey Teams. 



PAUL ALEXANDER FLEMING, Toronto 
Pass, U.T.S.; Trinity Hockey Ml I. 



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MARGARET DANVILLE FLETT, Toronto (3.S) 

Pass, St. Clement's; International Relations Club; Baseball II; 
Skiing. 
Future: — Post grad work in merchandising at Boston. 



J. D. R. GALBRAITH 
Pass. 



BART GARDINER, Montreal, Que. 

English Language & Literature. Oakwood C.I. 
Future: — To make a living! 



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MARY ELAINE GAYNOR, Toronto (38) 

Pass. Humberside C.I.; ."Xssistant Librarian of University Music; 
Red Cross. Driver; Conservatory. Toronto, Piano, A.T. goal. 
Future; — Europe first — teaching school later. 

JOHN GORDON GIBSON, Ottawa. Ont. K A (39) 

General. T.C.S.; Head of -Arts IV; Head of 5T0 III; Senior Gymnas- 
tics I-IV; (Captain IV); Dramatic Society; C.O.T.C; Running. 
Future: — Osgoode Hall. 

DONALD HUNTER GILCHRIST. Toronto (40) 

Political Science & Economics. Harbord C.I.; Volleyball ■W II-IV; 
World Figure Skating Team IV; Captain. Reserve .\rmy; 2nd Vice- 
President, Canadian Figure Skating .Association. 
Future; — Business. 

FLORA JEAN CAMERON GILCHRIST. Toronto (41 ) 

Political Science & Economics. Harbord C.I.; Basketball and Hockey 
MV; .Avocation Figure Skating Granite Club; Toronto Skating Club 
Carnival; Executive IV; Gold Medal Judge. 



ROBERT .ALFRED GLEN, Rio De Janeiro, Brazil 

Pass. Ridley College; Intercollegiate Rugger; Trinity 
Trinity Track I; Trinity Tennis I. 
Future: — Textile Engineering. 



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Soccer ; 



ALAN LAWRENCE GOWDEY. Ashtead. Surrey. England (43) 

Pass, Trinity College Dramatic Society; Hart House .All-University 
Productions; English Rugby University Team. 




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EDWARD FAIGENE GREEN, Toronto (44) 

Philosophy, Vaughan Road C.I.; Year Executive II-III; Non- 
Resident Head III; Board of Stewards III-IV; Secretary IV; Social 
Committee II-III; Chairman III; I.S.S. III-IV. 
Future: — Divinity at Trinity College. 



GORDON GRIFFITH, Toronto 
Pass, Malvern C.I. 



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HUGH DONALD GUTHRIE, Toronto A K E (46) 

Political Science & Economics. U.T.S.; Trinity Publicity Director 
III; Trinity "B" Basketball I-III; Fraternity Vice-President; I.R.C. 
Future: — Osgoode Hall. 

RALPH B. L. GWATKIN. Port of Spain, Trinidad (47) 

Biology, Ridley College; Hart House Glee Club MI; All-Varsity 
Chorus III; School of Gracious Living III; Biology Club I-III. 
Future: — Postgrad work at Toronto and Cambridge. 

DOROTHY ANN HAMILTON, Nelson B.C. (48) 

Pass, Bishop Strachan School; Alliance Frangaise; Red Cross; 
Baseball. 



ANNE WOODBURNE HARDY, Ottawa, Ont. 
English Language and Literature, Lisgar C.I. 
Volleyball II; Tennis. 
Future: — Matrimony. 



Baseball 



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I-IV; 



JAMES OREN HAYES, Fort William, Ont. (50) 

Physics & Geology, Fort William CI.; Coleman Geology Club; 
Varsity Blues (Hockey) III-IV. 
Future: — Geophysical exploration. 



LAWRENCE BEVERLEY HEATH, Streetsville, Ont. 

General. U.T.S. ; Trinity College Literary Institute, Treasurer. 
Future: — Law. 



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JOHN SELBY HERRON, Toronto (52) 

Modern History. Lawrence Park C.I.; L'niversity Orchestra I-IV; 
Modern History Club I-IV; Hart House Bridge Club III-IV; 
Varsity Team III; C.O.T.C. III-IV. 
Future: — Postgrad work at Toronto. 



S. B. HOGG 
Pass. 

CATHERINE ANN HORE, Oakville. Ont. 
Pass, Oakville High, 



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ERNEST HOWARD, Toronto A A * (55) 

Pass, Trinity College School; Senior Tertnis; Squash; Trinity Hockey. 
Future: — Osgoode Hall. 

DONALD PHILIP HUNT, Toronto (56) 

Pass, North Toronto C.L; Rugby I-III (Trinity); Trinity College 
Choral Society II-III. 
Future: — Theology at Trinity. 

ERIC BARRY HUTCHINS, Toronto * K H (57) 

Pass, I'.T.S. ; Political Science Club I; International Relations Club; 
Running; Wrestling; Progressive Conservative Club. 
Future: — School of Law — Osgoode Hall — The Profession. 

HELEN ELIZABETH JOHNSTONE, Alymer, Ont. (58) 

Psychology, St. Hilda's Athletic Society President IV; Psvchology 
Club I; Baseball II-IV. 
Future: — Post-grad work. 

DOROTHY JEAN SOUTHAM KER, Dundas, Ont. (59) 

Art & Archaeology, Havergal College Dramatic Club; I.R.C; Fine Art 
Club; Basketball I-II; Baseball II-III; Ground Hockey III-IV; 
Riding; Golf. 
Future: — Africa. 

ELIZABETH JANE KETCHUM, Lakefield. Ont. (60) 

Modern History, Peterboro C.I.; Modern History Club 3rd yr. Rep. 
Ill; Vice-President IV; Trinity Dramatic Society I-IV; Secretary- 
Treasurer III; I.R.C; I.S.S. ; St. Hilda's Athletic Society; Head of 
Baseball III; Skiing IV; Hockey Teams I-II. 
Future: — Government Service work. 



BRUCE JOHN KIRBY. Toronto 
Maths & Physics Div. II., U,C.C. 
Future: — Graduate Studies. 



The U. of T. Historical Club. 



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JAMES HASTINGS KNOWLES, Toronto 8 A X (62) 

General, Saint Andrew's College; Progressive Conservative, Com- 
merce, Ski, International Relations Clubs; Trinity Volleyball; 
Skiing; Homecoming Committee; B. and W. Society; President Theta 
Delta Chi. 
Future: — Osgoode Hall. 

KATHERINE ISOBEL KRESS, Owen Sound, Ont. (63) 

Pass. Bishop Strachan School; Baseball I; Volleyball I; Head of 
Bowling; Instructor at University Skating Club. 
Future: — " Billions". 



JAMES D.\WSON LAFFERTY, Kingston. Ont. 

Philosophy, Kingston C.I.; Ineffectual Member of the S.C.M. 
Future: — Divinity at Trinity. 



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ANN DEVEBERLARTER, Toronto (65) 

Pass, Bishop Strachan School; St. Hilda's Baseball III. 
Future: — Plans indefinite as yet but hope to go to England. 

ANDREW MOWRV LAWSON, Toronto (66) 

Pass. Upper Canada College; Trinity Dramatic Society; Interna- 
tional Relations Club. 
Future: — Osgoode Hall and Harvard University. 

FREDERICK ALAN LAWSON. Toronto KA (67) 

Pass, I'.T.S. ; President Trinity College Athletic Association. 
Future: — Live a good life! 

RUTH ANN LINELL, Toronto (68) 

English Language and Literature. St. Clement's School; Trinity 
Review 1-IV; Blue and White Society Secretary IV; St. Hilda's 
Literary Society; Vice-President IV; Smith College Exchange III; 
St. Hilda's Basketball I-IV. 
Future: — Sorbonne. 

RUTH IRENE LINKL.\TER, Noranda. Que. (69) 

Modern History. Havergal College; Modern History Club; Project 
work with children at the museum. 
Future: — Ontario College of Education. 

HUGH RUSSELL LOCKE. Toronto A K E (70) 

Pass, U.T.S. ; Writing for pulp fiction; Squash. 
Future: — Law or Advertising. 

DONNA LOUISE LONG, Toronto (71) 

Pass, Bishop Strachan School; Head of Lacrosse. 
Future: — Teaching. 

WILLIAM STEPHEN MacINTOSH. Leaside, Ont. (72) 

General. U.T.S.; Soccer I; Volleyball I; Basketball I-IV; Football 
III-IV; Swimming. 
Future: — Social Work. 

JOAN STUART MACKERSV, Toronto (73) 

Pass, Havergal C.I. 
Future: — Post Graduate Work in Industrial Psychology. 

MICHAEL KIRKPATRICK MACKLEM. Toronto (74) 

English Language & Literature, Upper Canada College; Trinity 
Literary Institute, President III-IV; LTniversity Historical Club 
President IV; Scribe of Episkopon IV; Member, Trinity Board of 
Stewards IV; ."Assistant Editor Trinity Review III-IV. 
Future: — Postgrad Harvard, 

HARRY NELSON MANSFIELD, Dundas, Ont. (75) 

General. Dundas High; Committees, Art II-IV; Conversat III; 
House Chairman IV; International Relations Club I-III; Director 
III; Saints Alive! III. 
Future; — "Nous gagnerons parce que nous sommes les plus forts". 

CLAUDE ADAMS MARKELL, Wales, Ont. (76) 

Pass, Cornwall Commercial College; Swimming & General condition- 
ing exercises. 
Future: — Further study if possible. 

CONSTANCE JANE MATTHEWS. Toronto (77) 

Modern History, Bishop Strachan School; International Relations 
Club II-IV; LTniversity Tennis II-III; University Badminton II; 
Womens Athletic Directorate IV; Vice-President. St. Hilda's 
Athletic Association. 
Future: — Postgrad work. 

THOMAS ARNOLD MATTHEWS, Toronto A A <I> (78) 

General. Upper Canada College, "Trinity "A" Soccer Team; Inter- 
mediate Blues Soccer. 
Future: — Postgrad work at Harvard. 

WILLIAM MILLAR McCORMACK, Brockville, Ont. (79) 

Modern History. Brockville C.I.; International Relations Club IV. 
Future: — Teacher. 

WILLIAM JOHN KENT McDONALD, Toronto (80) 

Political Science and Economics. Upper Canada College; Interna- 
tional Relations Club III-IV; Associate Director IV; International 
Student Service III-IV; Chairman of Speakers Committee; Director 
of Austrian Students' Visit IV. 
Future: — Law. 

WILLIAM GRAHAM McDOUGALL, Toronto A K E (81) 

Political Science & Economics. L'pper Canada College; Chairman. 
International Student Service IV; Head of Year 5T0 Trinity College; 
International Relations Club Executive II-III; Trinity Football II. 

DOROTHY JANET McGHIE, St. Catharines. Ont. (82) 

Pass, St. Catharines C.I.; International Relations Club; Volleyball 
I-IT, Red Cross Driving; Swimming. 
Future: — Institute of Child Study. 

ADLITH CYNTHIA EILEEN McLAREN, Kingston, Jamaica (83) 
Pass, St. Hilda's Diocesan High; Field Hockey; Tennis II; Interna- 
tional Students' Organization II; Secretary West Indian Association 
of U. of T. III. 

NORMAN BRUCE McLEOD. Toronto A A * (84) 

General, Upper Canada College; Glee Club Member III; Committee 
IV; Trinity Hockey; Church & Social Work. 
Future: — Theology at Emmanuel College. 



JOHN ELLIS McMILLAN, London, Ont. 

Pass. Brantford C.I.; Bridge Club II-III; Trinity Rugby 
Trinity Volleyball I-III; Trinity Basketball II. 
Future: — Plan to work for a C.A. 



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BARBARA JOAN McMURRAY. Toronto 
Modern Languages, Parkdale C.I. 

RITCHIE McMURRAY 
Philosophy. 



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ROSEMARY MARGARET MONTGOMERY. Toronto (88) 

General, Lawrence Park C.I.; French Club I-III; Alliance Frangaise 
II-IV; German Club I-II; Badminton; Tennis; Skiing. 
Future: — Europe, 

PAUL AUSTIN MOORE, Peterborough, Ont. (89) 

Classics, Peterborough C.I.; Classics Club Secretary IV; Hart 
House Glee Club I-IV; Trinity Choir I-II; Indoor Track II; Philo- 
sophical Society IV. 
Future: — "Animum nunc hue nunc dividit illuc." 



GEMMELL GEORGE MUIRHEAD, Mimico, Ont. 
Pass, Western Tech.; Hart House Glee Club. 
Future: — School of Social Work. 



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GERALDINE ESTHER OAKLEY, Toronto (91) 

Art & Archaeology, St. Clements; International Relations Club III; 
Arts & Letters I; Basketball II; Trinity Review Art Editor III-IV; 
Athletic Society; College Meeting. 
Future : — Marriage. 



JOSE ANTONIO G. ORDONEZ, La Habana, Cuba 
Modern History, Ridley College; Speaker of the 
Heckling Activities. 
Future: — Write Biography of Caroline. Consort of George IV 



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T.C.L.I. IV; 



PETER MACRAE PANGMAN. Toronto ,^ ^.*,?^' 

Psychology, U.T.S.; Psychology Club III-IV; Treasurer II; Sailing 
Club, President III; Sailing Team II-IV. 
Future: — Personnel Work. 

GEOFFREY A. H. PEARSON, Ottawa, Ont. ^Tt,^?A' 

Modern History, T.C.S.; Director, International Relations Club IV; 
Secretary, Hart House Debates Committee IV; Speaker, 
T.C.L.I. III. 
Future: — Postgrad work at Oxford. 

VICTOR RICHARD EDWARD PERRY, Toronto ^,^ ^ ^^^^ 

Pass, Humberside C.I.; Trinity Hockey I-III; Lacrosse I-III. 
Future: — Possible post graduate at Toronto or Osgoode. 



ELIZABETH F. STEELE PETTIFER. Guelph, Ont. 
Sociology, Guelph High; I.R.C., Sociology Club. 
Future: — Post grad work. 



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NANCY MARGARET TRUAX PINNINGTON, Oshawa Ont. (97) 
English Language & Literature, Oshawa C.I. ; St. Hilda s College and 
House Committees I-IV; Head of Year I-III; Tnnity College 
Dramatic Society I-IV; St. Hilda's Literary Society I-IV. 
Future:- — Bert. 

GEOFFREY IAN PRINGLE. Toronto .^ .^ .* ,^.??.) 

Political Science and Economics, Upper Canada College; 1 nnity A 
Hockey I-IV; President, A A <I> Fraternity IV. 
Future: — Law. 

JOYCE KATHARINE ROUS, Toronto „, .^ . . 1'^' 

General, Havergal College; Modern History Club I-III; Trinity Arts 
and Letters I-IV; S.A.C. IV; Music Commissioner; Basketball; 
Ground Hockey. 

JAMES EDWARD ROWE, Sault Ste. Marie, Ont. (100) 

Pass, Sault CI. 
Future: — Theology at Trinity — Indian work. 

VERNER BLAKEY SEFTON, Toronto * A e (101 ) 

Physics & Chemistry. 
Future: — Research in Marriage. 

MARGARET CAMERON SINCLAIR. Toronto (102) 

Pass. 

RICHARD McNEIL SKINNER, St. Catharines, Ont. (103) 

Modern History, St. Catharines C.I.; Lacrosse; Radio. 
Future: — Law. 

DAVID JOHN SMEDLEY', Toronto (104) 

Pass, Montreal High. 
Future: — Divinity at Trinity College. 

MARGARET JEAN SMEDLEY, Port Arthur, Ont, (105) 

English Language & Literature, Port Arthur CI.; Canterbury l^luD 
II-IV; Secretary III; President IV. 
Future:^Teaching. 

GERALD RUSSELL SMITH, Toronto (106 

Pass, Rehab., Toronto; Tennis; Progressive Conservative Club. 
Future: — Graduate work in Industrial Psychology. 



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FRANCES CLARE SMYTH, I'oronto 
Pass. Forest Hill C.I. 



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NANCY JEAN SOOTHERAN. Peterborough. Ont. (108) 

Modern History, Peterborough C.I.; St. Hilda's .-Xthletic Executive 
III-IV; University Swimming; Basketball Clubs III-IV; Trinity 
Review Editorial Masthead II-IV; Intercollegiate Swimming I; Inter- 
collegiate Basketball III; I.S.S. Publicity Co-Chairman IV. 
Future: — External Affairs. 

WILLIAM JAMES SPARLING, Toronto (109) 

Political Science & Economics, Jarvis C.I.; Bridge Team; Inter- 
faculty Rugby; Hockey; Studying Piano. 
Future: — Unmarried, Unengaged, Uninvolved and Undecided. 

ANN ELIZABETH SPROWL, Burford, Ont. (110) 

Psychology, Burford High; I.R.C.; Psychology Club; Baseball II-IV. 
Future: — Marriage. 

JOHN DANIEL STEVENSON. Kushville. Ohio AKE (111) 

Pass. U.C.C.; International Relations Club; Rial Staff. Assistant 
Editor III; Hockey II-III. 
Future: — Agriculture, Politics, Law, Medicine. Bachelorhood. 



HUGH VERNON STIFF, Toronto 
Pass. Rehab. 
Future: — Theology. 

(MRS.) AUDREY ELIZABETH STRUTT. Toronto 
Philosophy & English, Bishop Strachan School. 
Future; — Post-grad work in Philosophy. 

D. M. SUTHERLAND 

Pass. 

ROBIN TAYLOR, Ottawa. Ont. 

Pass. Lisgar C.I.; Trinity College Dramatic Club I-III; 
III; Secretary U.T.D.C; St. Hildas Basketball III. 
Future: — Theatre? 



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Vice-Pres. 



ANNE THISTLETHWAITE. Windsor. Ont. (116) 

Modern History and Modern Languages, Walkerville C.I.; History 
Club I-IV; German Club I-IV; International Relations Club III; 
Trinity College French Club (Secretary-Treasurer IV). 
Future: — Study in France. 



MURRAY C.A.RMAN THOMPSON. Toronto 
Pass, Humberside C.I. 
Future: — Teaching or Anglican Priesthood, maybe both. 



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PAULINE PATRICIA THOMPSON. Barrie, Ont. (118) 

Modern History & Languages. Glebe C.I.; International Relations 
Club I-III; History Club III; Trinity French Club I-III; St. Hilda's 
Baseball & Volleyball Teams I-III. 
Future: — Work with Department of External .Affairs. 

WALTER PETER THOMSON. Hamilton. Ont. AKE (119) 

Political Science & Economics; U.C.C.; Camera Club III; Squash; 
Soccer (Trinity) I-IV; 
Future: — Insurance Business. 

MARGARET JANICE TYRWHITT, Oakville, Ont. (120) 

English Language and Literature. Oakville High; Head of St. Hilda's 
College. 

JOHN APOLLO VANGELOFF. Thorold. Ont. (121 ) 

Pass, Thorold High; Modelling; Swimming; Weightlifting; Physical 
Culture; Good Wine and Women. 
Future: — M.A. or Teaching in Episcopalian Schools. 



ANNE LOUISE CLARKE WALLACE. Woodbridge. Ont. 
Pass, Bishop Strachan School. 
Future: — O.C.E.. next year. 



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ROBERT J. K. WALMSLEY, Picton. Ont. * F A (123) 

General, Picton High; C.O.T.C. I-III; Volleyball I; House Com- 
mittee. Hart House IV; Editor Sallerrae IV. 
Future: — A lucrative law practice in a capitalistic state. 

EDWIN ALDER HAROLD WEDDELL. Kelowna. B.C. (124) 

Pass. Kelowna High; 5T0 Year Executive (46-47); Boxing "Team 
(Trinity) 46-47. 

Future: — Post grad work at School of Social Work — Then into 
Y.M.C.A. 

MARGARET ELIZABETH WHEALY. Toronto (125) 

Household Economics. Bishop Strachan School; St. Hilda's Basket- 
ball I-IV; St. Hilda's Swimming I-IV; Varsity Swimming II. 
Future: — Dietetics (Commercial or Hospital). 

NANCY MARGARET WILLIAMS. Toronto (126) 

Modern Languages and Literature. Oakwood C.I.; Trinity .Arts and 
Letters; Skiing and Tennis. 
Future: — Post grad work in social service. 

DONALD JOHN WRIGHT. Toronto A A * (1271 

Physics & Geology. U.T.S.; Coleman Club III-IV; Camera Club IV; 
Varsity Junior Hockey; Trinity ".A" Hockey; Football. 
Future: — Osgoode Hall. 




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College 



REV. FATHER L. J. BONDY 

C.S.B., M.A., Ph.D. 



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HEN you came to the University, we had just emerged fromi a conflict in which we had 
come very close to losing most of the human values which we hold dear. At that time we 
hoped that when the time came for you to graduate, you would be able to go out into a world 
in which you could lead a normally peaceful life. You know that such is not the case. You 
are going into a very anxious world. Outside that growing section of the earth where human 
liberty has been completely sacrificed to a false and inhuman ideal, men are caressing the 
dream of complete economic security together with complete political and social freedom. 
Poets of every century have sung this golden age but they have always been forced to situate it 
in a distorted past or in a nebulous future. It will not come in your day. Yet it is in your day 
you must live, and it will be a sheer waste of time to dream of living in a more congenial 
epoch. You had little to do with bringing about the present social confusion, but you will 
have something to do in making it better or worse. It has been the purpose of your College 
and your University to help you fit yourselves for a life that will be fruitful both for yourselves 
and for your fellowmen. Through the various subjects of your curriculum, we have tried to 
train your minds so that you may be better equipped to distinguish truth from falsehood, the 
real good from the meretricious, true beauty from that which appeals simply because man is 
not all he should be. Here at St. Michael's, every attempt has been made to have you realize 
that your God-given faith is not merely a personal quality that parallels your native talent; 
that, if your life is to be a success, all your ability and energy must be placed in the service of 
that highest gift. In a world which, to its own great loss, has so generally ruled out this very 
purpose of its existence, this will not be easy. The weight of numbers is very oppressive. It is 
also an excellent means of sifting the man of character from those who "are carried about by 
every wind of doctrine". Those of us \vho have had a share in your education will watch 
your performance with an interest that we could not lose even if we wanted to do so. 4" 



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President's 
Message 



DAVID J. OUIGLEY 

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OR the past 3 or 4 years we have all looked forward to graduation. To us it meant the 
culmination of all our undergraduate endeavours. To-day we have received our degree; 
the goal we sought has been achieved. Now we must go forward into the world to use the 
education and moral development achieved in these few years, to aid the world in its quest 
for a system of values, and to develop ourselves even further morally and intellectually. The 
wealth that St. Michael's offers so generously is ours to be spent upon ourself and upon the 
world in which we live. For their untiring devotion we thank the faculty of St. Michael's. 
They have given us the equipment for a full life as a Christian man. We shall always assume 
the responsibility for our deficiencies due to weakness on our part; but the faculty shall always 
share in our success for showing us the road to true fame. 

To our friends, parents, and loved ones who have made our attendance here possible by 
their financial aid, their direction, their inspiration and their loyalty, we offer our heartfelt 
thanks. You have given us a great opportunity here at St. Michael's, and your love and de- 
votion have been the base and the supplement of our education for life. Without you this 
day could never have existed, to you belongs its glory, and a share in our success in life. 

The many friends we have made at St. Michael's and in the University we must now leave. 
In doing so there is deep regret that the companionship and the intimate brotherhood must 
now be ended. Through our joint experience, discussion, and friendship, we have found the 
value of true brotherhood. This bond will always be with us as a guide in the future, and shall 
always exist in the fraternity we feel for one another. 

On behalf, then, of the graduating class of St. Michael's College, I offer our heartfelt grati- 
tude to the faculty, our parents, our friends and to all those who have contributed so generous- 
ly in order that this day might be the success it is. 

To the graduates I offer my sincere thanks for all that you have given me. To you I ex- 
tend my miost sincere congratulations upon your graduation. May you always be true to 
yourself and to St. Michael's, and may you enjoy every success in your future undertakings."^ 



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CATHARINE THERESA AITCHISON. Toronto 
Pass. St. Joseph's College. Biology Club; Swimming. 
Future: — Scientific work in industry. 



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LORRAINE AMBLER. Toronto (2) 

Pass, St. Joseph's College School; Music and Drama I-III; Music- 
Rep, for St. Joseph's College III; Glee Club II-III; Vice-President. 
Glee Club III; Volleyball II. 
Future: — "It is early. I shall yet be footloose ". 



ADELE MARIE ANNETT. Toronto 

Pass. Parkdale C.I.; French Club I-III; German Club I; 
Drama I-III; Glee Club III. 
Future: — "Live long and happy". 

THOMAS BARRETT ARMSTRONG, Toronto 

Pass. 

JOHN LAWRENCE BACKEWICH. Toronto 
Pass. De La Salle; Tennis; Bowling. 
Future: — Postgrad work at Western. 

LEONARD JOSEPH BART, Toronto 
Pass. 



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Music & 



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(6) 



NOE IV.A.N JOSEPH BEAUCHESNE, Capreol. Ont. (7) 

Pass. Capreol High; French Club III; Music and Drama III; II year 
Representative S.A.C.; Hockey I-III; Tennis l-III; Oratorical 
Society III. 
Future: — Graduate Studies. 

HELEN EILEEN BOEHLER, Toronto (8) 

English Language & Literature, St. Joseph's College School; Literary 
Society I-IV; President III-IV; Reporter The Varsity II-IV; French 
Club IV; Writers' Group IV; Debating I-II; Trireme II-IV; Music 
& Drama I-IV. 
Future: — Writing. 

LAWRENCE EDMEN BOUCHIER, Toronto (9) 

Pass. Malvern C.I.; Liberal Club; .Assistant Director II; Director 
III of programmes for the LIniversity Radio Committee. 

EDW.ARD JAMES BOYLE. Belleville. Ont. (10) 

Pass. St. Michael's (Belleville); Oratorical Society; French Club; 
Choral Society; Music and Drama Society; Lacrosse; Basketball; 
Volleyball; Golf. 
Future: — Medicine. 

DANIEL FRANCIS BRENNAN. Toronto (11) 

Physics & Geology. 

RICHARD ANTHONY BROWN, Cleveland, Ohio (12) 

Pass, Cathedral Latin School; Music and Drama I-II; President III; 
St. Mike's Football & Basketball I-IIj Varsity Blues Football III. 

FRANCIS NOEL JOSEPH BURKE-GAFFNEY. Winnipeg, Man.(I.?) 
Pass, St. Paul's College; St. Michael's College Co-operative I-III; 
Executive I; Manager III; Football I; Hockey I; The Forum I; 
Music and Drama III. 



JOSEPH H. BURNS, Toronto 

Pass. St. Michael's College; Badminton; Tennis; Golf. 
Future: — Business. 



(14) 



GARY JAMES CALLAHAN. Toronto (15) 

Pass. St. Michael's College; Newman Club; Hockey I-III; Basketball. 
Future: — Medicine. 

BENJAMIN CLEO CAMERON, Toronto (16) 

Pass, Etobicoke C.I. ; Newman Club III; Basketball Mil; Volleyball 
III. 
Future: — Post grad work at University of Toronto. 



ERNEST EDWARD CAMERON. Fort William. Ont. 

Pass. 



(17) 



HELENE PAULE MARIE CANNON, Quebec City. Que. A* (18) 
Pass. Quebec High; Newman Club I; Tennis I-III; Golf III; Loretto 
Social Directress III; Treasurer. Alpha Phi III. 
Future: — Boum! 

DOUGL.AS GERALD CHARRON, Iroquois Falls, Ont. (19) 

General. Iroquois Falls High; Vice-President. S.M.C. Students' 
Council IV; Hart House Glee (Tlub I-II; St. Mike's Choral Society 
III-IV; B.B. Back Room I-IV. 
Future: — Merchandising. 



JOHN WILBERT CHARRON. Iroquois Falls. Ont. 
Pass. Rehab.; Newman Club II. 
Future: — Social Work (Post grad work). 

RAYMOND JOSEPH CHARTRAND. Niagara Falls, Ont. 
Pass, Niagara Falls C.I. 
Future: — Post graduate work. 

HAROLD A. J.'^WES CHOPPIN. Pembroke. Ont. 
Pass. 

PAUL EMERY JOSEPH CLOUTIER. Toronto 
Pass. 

STEPHEN J. COATES, Toronto 
Pass. 



(20) 

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(22) 
(23) 
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JOSEPH COLUCCI. Toronto (25) 

Political Science & Economics. Vaughan Road C.I.; Political Science 
Club III-IV; St. Mike's Rugby I. 
Future: — Postgrad work at University of Toronto. 



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MARY FRANC KS CONLIN, Toronto (26) 

Pass, St. Joseph's College School; Debating Congress I; Swimming 
II-lII; Hockey I-III. 
Future: — Social Work. 



ELIZABETH MARI.^NNE CORMACK, Toronto, Ont. 
Pass. Loretto Abbey. 



(27) 



ROBERT WILLIAM CROOKER. Houston, Texas (28) 

Pass, St. Thomas High; Classics III; Eremite Club 111; Kmbser 
Ref. School II; Noose & Skull Society III; Blackwood Club III; 
Down IV; ScoUard Yardbird Society III. 
Future: — Ad Altare Dei. 



RAYMOND MARTIN CULLITON. Toronto 

Pass, De La Salle; Swim Team; Water polo; Boxing. 

Future: — Business Administration course at Toronto (I hope). 



(29) 



RICHARD FRANCIS DALEY, Oswego, N.Y. (30) 

Pass. Oswego High; Music and Drama Society I-III; Newman Club 
I-III; Oratorical Society III. 



JAMES JOSEPH DALY. Peterborough, Ont. 

Pass, St. Peter's High; Newman Club; Debates Club; Hockey. 
Future: — Law. 



(31) 



JANET MARTHA DAVIS, Appleton, Wisconsin AAA (32) 

Pass, Kapuskasing High; Music & Drama I-III; Assistant Sodality 
Prefect II; Service Projects Chairman of AAA; Badminton I-II; 
Newman I-II; Glamour Inc, 

RENAUD JOSEPH DEMERS. Pembroke, Ont. (33) 

Pass, Pembroke C.I.; Oratorical Society; Music & Drama Society; 
French Club; U.N.T.D. (R.C.N.R.);Thomistic Society; St. Michael's 
College Co-op.; Swimming; Hockey. 
Future: — Postgraduate work. 

DANTE MATTHEW DEMONTE, Toronto (34) 

Pass.. Rehab.; President U. of T. Italian Club II; Member Newman 
Club II-III. 
Future: — Hope to go to Osgoode. 

PAUL De SOUZA, Toronto (35) 

Pass, St. Michael's; Reporter The I'arsily I; Hockey II-III; Basket- 
ball II-III; Newman Club III; Swimming I-III. 
Future: — Postgraduate work at Toronto. 

JAMES MICHAEL PATRICK DONNELLY, Goderich. Ont. (36) 
Pass. Goderich C.I.; World's worst at Basketball. Volleyball, Golf; 
Extra-Curricular Activities — "Misunderstandings" with Prefects 
because strong opinions but weak arguments. 
Future: — "Stronger Arguments". 



JAMES EDWARD DOUGHERTY. Lindsay, Ont. 

Political Science & Economics, Lindsay C^.L; Newman Club. 



(37) 



PATRICK ST. CLAIR DUFFY, Nelson, B.C. (38) 

Pass. St. Joseph's High; Music & Drama Club; Hockey: Varsity 
Bees I; St. Mike's A's II-III; Lacrosse: St. Mike's A's I-III; Boxing; 
Tennis. 
Future: — Meds. or Law. • 



MARY ELEANOR ANNE DUNN. Almonte. Ont. 
English Language & Literature. Almonte High. 
Future: — Possibly Library School. 



(39) 



JOHN EDWARD EBERLE Owen Sound, Ont. AX (40) 

Political Science and Economics, Owen Sound C.I.; Intermediate 
Tennis III; Hart House Debates Committee IV; I.S.S.; International 
Relations Club III-IV. 

MARILYN ANNE FINLEY. Oshawa. Ont. (41) 

Pass, St. Joseph's College; .All-Varsitv Mixed Chorus II; St. Mikes 
Glee Club III; Music and Drama I-III; Sodality I-III. 
Future: — Chemistry in Industry. 

BETTY MARY FITZGERALD. Toronto (42) 

Pass. St. Joseph's College; Facultv Basketball I-III; Varsity Basket- 
ball II-III; Music & Drama; Newman Club II-III; S.A.C. I-III; 
Athletic Rep. III. 
Future: — Social Work. 



PATRICK SYLVESTER FORAN, Eganville, Ont. 
Pass. 



JAMES JOSEPH FORSYTH, Hamilton. Ont. 
Pass. 



(43) 



(44) 



PAUL JOSEPH GARNER. St. Catharines. Ont. (45) 

Pass. St. Catharines C.I.; Music and Drama I-III; Music Repre- 
sentative II-III; Hart House Theatre II. 
Future: — Music. 





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JOHN JAMES GAUGHAN. Detroit. Mich. 
Pass. Catholic Central High. 
Fu ture : — Priesthood. 



(46) 



FRANK JOHN GIBLIN. Binghamton. N.V. (47) 

Pass. St. Patrick's High; Senate Club II; Football I-HI; Basketball 
I-III; Ping Pong Rep. II-III. 
Future: — Law. 



ISIDORE GORSKI, Odusa. Sask. 
Pass. 



PAUL EDWARD HAFFEV. Toronto 
General. 



(48) 



(49) 



ANN JOAN HALASZ, Toronto (SO) 

Pass. Notre Dame High; International Students Organization I-III; 
Social Directress III; International Relations Club III; Spanish 
Club MI; French Club I-III. 
Future: — Europe and ? 

WALTER A. HANSON. Toronto (51 ) 

English Language and Literature, St. Michael's College School; 
French Club IV; Trireme III. 
Future: — Post graduate work at the L'niversity of Toronto. 

MARIE HELEN JACQUELINE HEFFRON. Toronto (52) 

Pass. St. Josephs College; Newman Club I-III; Reporter The 
Varsity III. 

GEORGE EDWARD HENDRICKS. Buffalo, N.V. (S3) 

Pass, Annunciation; Music & Drama I-III; Water polo II-III. 
Future: — Graduate Studies. 

WILLIAM FRANCIS HIGGINS, Sarnia, Ont. (54) 

Pass, Sarnia C.I. 
Future: — Law at Osgoode. 

THOM.AS FRANCIS HINCH, Toronto (SS) 

Pass, De La Salle "Oaklands"; Newman Club; Tap Dancing; 
O'Keefes .A.le; Women. 

Future: — O.C.E. — Teaching up north in private school for girls, if 
possible. 

HUGH JOHN HOOD. Toronto (56) 

Pass, De La Salle "Oaklands"; Hart House Theatre II-III; Associate 
Editor The Forum III; Executive, St. Michael's Music and Drama 
Society III; Newman Club. 
Future: — Teaching on the university level. 

VINCENT JAMES HOWCROFT. Hamilton, Ont. (S7) 

Pass. Cathedral High; Music & Drama I-III; Glee Club II; Newman 
Club. 
Future: — Law. v 

JOHN REGIS HOWES. Godfrey, Ont. (58) 

Pass. Regiopolis College, Kingston; French Club III; Oratorical 
Society II-III; Music and Drama Club II-III. 
Future: — I intend entering pharmac>' after graduation. 

FREDERICK ARTHUR HUARD. Haileybury, Ont. (59) 

Pass. Haileybury High; Music & Drama I; The Forum II. 
Future: — "The Rubicon, we know, was a ver\' insignificant stream to 
look at. " 



JOSEPH WILLIAM HYDE, Toronto 
Modern History. 

ELSPETH McKAV IRELAND, Toronto 

Pass, Loretto Abbey; University Settlement; 

Social Work Club. 

Future; — School of Social Work. 



(60) 



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Music & Drama.; 



CLARINE LAURA JACKMAN, Toronto (62) 

Pass, Vaughan Road C.I.; Music and Drama Society, Vice-President 
III; U.T.D.C. Treasurer III. 
Future: — The Theatre. 

KSAVERA .\NN JAROSZ, Kitchener, Ont. (63) 

Pass, St, Mary's High; Member of Music and Drama Society; Glee 
Club; St. Joseph's S.A.C. Treasurer III; On Board of Directors of 
St. Michael's Co-operative II-III. 

CATHERINE MARGARET-MARY JOHNSON. Paris. Ont. (64) 
Pass. Paris High; School of Social Work Club I-III; Secretary III; 
St. Joseph's Debating Council II-III; President III; S.A.C. Ill; 
U. of T. Debating Union Treasurer III; I.S.O. III. 
Future: — Post graduate work, School of Social welfare. University 
of Ottawa. 

WALTER WILLI.AM K.^SPER. Leader. Sask. (65) 

Pass, Leader High; Junior Philosophy Club; Thomistic Society. 
Future: — Graduate Work. 

PAUL MICHAEL K.AVANAGH. Ottawa. Ont. (66) 

Pass, St. Patrick's College; Varsitv Jr. B's Hockev 1; Varsity Blues 
Hockey II-III. 
Future: — Post graduate work in Economic Geology. 

RAYMOND FRANCIS KEATING. Weston. Ont. (67) 

Pass, Weston High; S,A,C, II; Music & Drama; Newman Club; 
Ping Pong; Skiing. 
Future: — School of Social Work. 

DANIEL PATRICK KELLY, Toronto (68) 

Pass 

JOHN THOM.\S KELLY, Toronto (69) 

Pass. St. Michael's 



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VINCENT JOHN KKLLV, Toronto (70) 

Pass, Bloor C.I.; St. Michael's Hockey. 
Future : — Journalism. 

JOAN KEOGH, Toronto (71) 

Pass, St. Joseph's College; Tennis; Music; Member of Newman Club. 
Future: — Music; bilingual stenographer, marriage. 

JOHN KIT. Smooth Rock Falls. Ont. (72) 

Pass. Ukrainian Students Club I-III; Ukrainian Catholic Youth I- 
III; President Prov. Executive U.C. II-III; Editor. Local U.C.Y. 
Paper I-II. 
Future: — Postgrad work at U. of T. 

GEORGE KOZORIZ. Trochu, .'Mta. (73) 

Pass, Lousana Consolidated High; Ukrainian Students Club I-III; 
Vice President III; Camera Club III; Russian Circle I-III; Social & 
Entertainment Convener I. 
Future: — Intelligence & Foreign Service with R.C^.F. 

CHARLES WILLIAM LANG, Rochester. N.Y. (74) 

Pass, -Aquinas Institute; Music & Drama I-III; Chess Club I-III. 
Future; — Graduate Studies. 

ROSE MARIE LA PALME. Smith's Falls. Ont. (7.'i) 

Pass, Smith's Falls C.I.; Newman Club; Drama; Toronlonensis I-II; 
Copy Editor II; Debating I-III; Secretary Debating Congress II; 
S.A.C. Secretary III. 
Future; — Marrying a forester, and seeing the world. 

PAMELA DOROTHY LA TOUR. Tobago, B.VV.I. (76) 

Pass. Newman Club I-III; Music & Drama II; Reporter, The 
Varsity III; Head of House, Loretto College III; Basketball I-III. 
Future: — Post grad work. 

PAUL DOLOR LEFRANCOIS, Toronto (77) 

Pass, St. Michael's; Salon Francais II-III; Newman Club III. 
Future: — Post grad work. 

JAMES PATRICK LEYDON, Estevan, Sask. (78) 

Pass. 

FRANCES MARY LOBRAICO. Toronto (79) 

Household Economics, St. Joseph's College, Household Economics 
Club; Newman Club. 
Future: — Textile work. 

PAUL ANDRE LOBRAICO. Toronto (80) 

Pass, St. Michael's College; R.C.N. (R); Music; Wrestling; Girls; 
K.C.R. 
Future: — Law — take over DuPont Industries by 1955. 

WINNIFRED MARIE LOWNIE. Gait. Ont. (81) 

Sociology. Gait C.I.; The ]'arsily II; University Symphony Orchestra 
II-III; Publicity Manager; St. Joseph's S.A.C. Secretary II; Public- 
ity convener. President IV. 
Future: — Defining Sociology. 

AUDRIE ANN LOWRIE. Toronto (82) 

Pass. St. Joseph's Convent; Music and Drama Society; St. Joseph's 
Rep. II-III; U.T.D.C. III. 
Future : — Theatre. 

FRANK PRANGLEN MAHER. Toronto (83) 

Pass. Central Tech.; Federation of Hunters and .Anglers Scholarship 
1947. 
Future: — Fisheries Research Work. 

ELAINE MARGARET MARY MALONEY, Renfrew. Ont. (84) 

Pass. St. Joseph's Academy; 3rd Yr. Rep., Debating Congress; 
Music and Drama. 
Future: — Social Work. 

HELEN JOYCE MARTEL, Copper Cliff. Ont. (85) 

Pass. Copper Cliff High; St. Joseph's Debating Congress I-II; St. 
Michael's French Club I; St. Michael's Hockey Team I. 
Future: — Ontario College of Education. 

MAURICE ALAN MARTIN. Calgary, Alta. (86) 

Honour Law. St. Mary's Boy's High; Law Club; Music and Drama 
I-III; C.O.T.C. I-III. 
Future: — Post graduate work. 



JOHN ARCHIBALD MARLVN, Toronto 
Pass. 



(87) 



RAYMOND GORDON McCALLION, Toronto (88) 

Pass. St. .Moysius College. Glasgow, Scotland; Chairman Entertain- 
ment Committee III; Newman Club I-III; Debates Group I-III; 
Sports in General, Chairman Serious Discussion Group II. 
Future: — Graduate School Social Work. 

JULIA VIRGINIA McCOOL. North Bay. Ont. (89) 

Pass. Loretto .Abbey; Board of Director, St. Michael's Co-op. II-III; 
Music & Drama I-III; Newman I-II; Toronlonensis Rep. Ill; 
-Assistant Social Rep. II; Dramatics I-III. 
Future; — Extensive Geological and Botanical Research down South. 



JOSEPH MELVILLE EARLE McDONELL. Toronto 
General. York Memorial C.I.; Interested in Electronics. 
Future: — Uncertain — may return for M.A. 



(90) 



JOHN EDWARD McDONOUGH. Oswego, N.Y. (91 ) 

Pass, Oswego High; Oratorical Society III; Glee Club II-III; U. of T. 
Sailing Club III. 
Future: — Work, if necessary. 




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KATHLEEN ELIZABETH McEVENUE, Toronto 
Pass. Loretto Abbey; Newman Club II. 
Future: — Travel. 



AT (92) 



JOHN WILLIAM McGEE, Rochester. N.Y. (93) 

Pass. Aquinas Institute; Glee Club II-III; Fatima Club II-III; 
Secretary III. 
Future: — Sacerdos In .Aeternum. 



GERALD FREDERICK McGUIGAN. Toronto 
Pass. 



(94) 



THELMA PATRICIA McGUIRE. Schomberg. Ont. (95) 

Pass, Schomberg Continuation; Newman Club I-III; The Varxity I- 
III. 
Future: — Journalism. 



WILLIAM ALLEN McKAY, Toronto 
Modern Languages and Literatures. 



(96) 



THOMAS PETER PATRICK McKILLOP. Toronto (97) 

Pass. St. Michael's College; Intercollegiate & O.H..^. Hockey I-II; 
Basketball II-III; Baseball MIL 
Future: — Post graduate work. V . of T. 



LOUIS CHARLES EDW.ARD McLEAN, Toronto 
Pass. St. Michael's College School. 



(98) 



JOHN PATRICK McLOUGHLIN. Toronto (99) 

Pass. Riverdale C.I.; Vice-President. U. of T. Hockey Club; Varsity 
Hockey; Football; Lacrosse; Basketball; Volleyball; Newman Club. 
Future: — Teaching. 

JOHN EDWARD McMANUS. Rochester. N.Y. (100) 

Pass. Aquinas Institute; Gregorian Choir I-III; St. Malachv's Guild 
II; Glee Club II-III. 
Future: — Priesthood — Teaching goodness, discipline and knowledge. 

THOMAS JOSEPH McRAE. Virginia. Ont. (101 ) 

Pass. St. Michaels College; Music & Drama; Newman Club; Football 
Lacrosse; Hockey. 
Future: — Osgoode Hall. 

STEPHEN JOSEPH McWILLIAMS. Stanley. N.Y. (102) 

Pass. De Sales. Geneva. N.Y.; S.M.C. Track Team I; The Forum II- 
III; Editor III; Newman Club III. 
Future: — Agriculture. 



WILLIAM JOSEPH MITCHELL. Parry Sound, Ont. 
Pass. 



ROBERT MICHAEL MONTAGUE, Toronto 
Philosophy. 



(103) 



(104) 



PETER K. MOSTELLER. Toronto (105) 

Pass. St. Michael's College; Music and Drama Society I-III; Treas- 
urer II; Senate Club II-III; Treasurer III; Choral Society III. 
Future: — Graduate Studies. 



D'ARCY HENRY MULLIGAN, Sudbury. Ont. (106) 

Pass, Sudbury High;. St. Mike's Football I-II; Basketball I-III. 
Future: — Osgoode Hall. 

WILLIAM J. MURPHY. Scottsville. N.Y. (107) 

Pass. Music and Drama I-III; Executive III. 
Future: — Postgrad Studies. 

JOSEPH RENE CHRISTOPHER NANSON, Edmonton, Alta. (108) 
Pass. Edmonton High. 
Future: — Teaching. 

SAMUEL DESMOND NEILL, Port .Arthur, Ont. (109) 

Modern History. 

BARBARA MAE NOKES. Kirkland Lake, Ont. (110) 

Pass. Kirkland C.I.; Music. 
Future: — Study music further. 

ROBERT GEORGE NOONAN. Toronto (111) 

Pass. 

JAMES RICHARD O'BRIEN. Toronto (112) 

Pass, St. Michael's; Newman I-III. 
Future: — Sleep. 

GEORGE DONAL O'GORMAN. Toronto (113) 

Modern Languages, St. Michael's. 
Future: — Priesthood. 



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ANDREW JOSEPH PASTOR. Toronto 
Pass. St. Michael's. 
Future: — Post grad, U. of T. 



(114) 



JOHN PATRICK PECKHAM. Hamilton. Ont. (IIS) 

Pass. Cathedral High; Music & Drama Society III I; Treasurer III; 
Newman Ckib II. 
Future: — Post grad work. 

ADA ROSE M.M. PHELAN. St. Catharines. Ont. (116) 

Pass, St. Catharines C.I.; Sodality I-III; St. Vincent De Paul 
Children's Aid II-III, Volunteer. 
Future: — Sailing o'er the sea of matrimonial bliss. 

PETER GORDON PIDKOWICH. VVynyard. Sask. (117) 

Pass, St. Joseph's College; Newman Club; Music & Drama; French 
Club. 
Future: — Will enter dentistry. 

MARY TERESA POIRIER, St. Catharines, Ont. (118) 

Political Science & Economics, St. Catharines C.I.; St. Joseph's 
College Social Rep. Ill; Newman III; Glee Club III-IV; Music & 
Drama Society I-IV; International Relations Club IV. 

EDDIE S. POWER. Toronto (119) 

Pass. St. Michael's High; Interested in all sports, but in wintertime 
I am a slave to skiing; Organize ski excursions to Laurentians & 
points in Ontario. 
Future; — I'll let the future take care of itself. 



HELEN PRENDERGAST, Toronto 



(120) 



JOSEPH BENOIT PRENDERGAST. Toronto (121) 

Physics & Geology, St. Michael's High; Newman Club; Blue & White 
Society I-IV; Lacrosse I-IV; Hockey; Basketball; Volleyball; 
Coleman Geology Club. 
Future: — Postgrad work in geophysics and raising geophysicists. 

FRANK DAVID PRICE. Napier. New Zealand (122) 

Pass, Napier Boy's High; Contributor, The Forum Tennis; Boxing; 
Squash; Badminton; Hobby — attacking materialistic "isms". 
Future: — Post graduate work — Missouri University; Journalist. 
Editor and Author in Australia. 

DAVID J. QUIGLEV. Rochester. N.Y. (123) 

Political Science & Economics, Aquinas Institute; President and 
S..'\.C. Rep. of St. Michael's College Students' .Administrative 
Council; Debates Commissioner of LTniversity of Toronto Debating 
Union; Senate Club Il-IV. 
Future: — Post graduate work in Economics. 



FREDERICK MICHAEL QUIGLEY, Toronto 
Pass, De La Salle; C.O.T.C; Golf; Skiing. 
Future: — Helping my father. He is retired. 



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P.ATRICIA M. QUINN, Pefferlaw, Ont. (125) 

Pass. Sutton West High; Toronlonensis I-III; The Varsily II-III. 
Future: — Editorial work and maybe 

LORR.AINE THERESE RAFFERTY. Toronto AAA (126) 

Pass, Humberside C.I.; Music and Drama Society; Basketball. 
Future: — Post graduate work. 

LEO RAMSPERGER, Toronto (127) 

Pass. 

ROBERT JOHN REID. Toronto (128) 

Pass. De La Salle Oaklands; Newman Club I; Golf; Bridge. 
Future: — Post grad work at U. of T. 

VINCENT PAUL REID. Toronto (129) 

Pass, De La Salle Oaklands, Basketball II-III; Golf; Badminton. 
Future: — Osgoode Hall. 



DESMOND JOSEPH RICH.ARDSON. Toronto 
Pass. 



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DONALD ANDREW ROBERTSON, Brantford, Ont. (131 ) 

Pass. Brantford Catholic High; Senate Club I-III; Publicity Director 
III; .Athletic Directorate. Secretary III; Interfaculty Football II; 
Minor Basketball I-III; Oratorical Society III; Choral Society III; 
Volleyball. 
Future: — Postgrad at Varsity. 

KENNETH MORLEV ROBITAILLE. Midland. Ont. (132) 

Pass. 

HERBERT AUGUSTINE ROSE, Toronto (133) 

Pass, Riverdale C.I.; Volleyball I-III; Basketball I-III. 
Future:— O.C.E. 

WILLIAM DANIEL ROSS. Port Hope. Ont. (134) 

Pass. Port Hope High; Assistant Sports Editor The Varsity II-III; 
Interfaculty Football; Lacrosse; Hockey II-III. 
Future: — Law in U.S. or U.S. Navy. 




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JOSEPH ANTHONY ROSSI, Port Colborne, Ont. 
Pass. 



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MURIEL GEORGINA ROULEAU. Sudbury. Ont. (136) 

Modern Languages & Literature. Sudbury High; French Club II-III- 
Volleyball II-III; All Varsity Chorus III. 
Future: — Teaching. 



JOHN RYAN. Timmins. Ont. 
Pass. Timmins High. 
Future: — Aim — Something Big. 



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CHARLES G. SCHNORR. Rochester. N.V. (138) 

Pass, Aquinas Institute; Secretary Treasurer, St. Michael's College 
S.A.C. Ill; Basketball I-III; Track; German Club I; T.G.I. F. Club I. 
Future : — Teaching. 



ARTHUR JOHN SCHUELER, Rochester, N.Y. 

Pass, Aquinas Institute; Music and Drama Society II. 
Future: — Post grad work. 



WILLIAM DONALD SHARPE, Angola. N.Y. 
Pass. 



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MARY FRANCES SHERIDAN. Hamilton, Ont. (141) 

General, Loretto Academy; Music & Drama I-IV; Debating II-IV; 
Junior Rep. Ill; Secretary of S.A.C. III-IV; Prefect of Sodality IV. 



ELEANOR AGNES SHERLOCK. Brantford. Ont. 
Philosophy and English, Brantford Catholic High. 
Future: — Library Work. 



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PATRICIA MARY SMITH, Toronto (143) 

English Language and Literature, Loretto Abbey; Music and Drama 
IV; Newman Club I; Forum III; Debating IV. 
Future: — French Ambassador. 



HELEN THERESE SMYTH, Toronto (144) 

English Language and Literature. Loretto .-Xbhey; S.A.C. President 
IV; Vice-President-Treasurer III; Debating I-IV; Hockey III-IV; 
Music and Drama IV. 
Future: — Writing novels and paying for a fur coat. 



PETER CAMPION SOMERVILLE, Toronto 
Pass. 



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HELEN LAURA SOUTHCOTT, Grand Falls. Nfld. (146) 

Pass, Notre Dame Academy; Newman I; Tennis I-III; Softball I-III; 
Badminton I-III; Music Chairman III. 
Future: — Ringing the bells in "Lakme" at the Met. 



BARBARA SOUTHERN, Toronto 



JOSEPH C. STEIVER, Toronto 
Pass. 



THOMAS JOSEPH STEVENS. Sudbury, Ont. 

Pass, De La Salle Oaklands; Newman Club I; Golf; Bridge. 
Future: — Post grad work at U. of T. 



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MARY THERESA AGNES TADMAN, Toronto (ISO) 

Pass, St. Joseph's; Newman Club I; Spanish Club II-III; Music and 
Drama Society III. 
Future: — Post grad studies at Varsity. 

GRACE-ANN TWOHEY, Lindsay. Ont. (ISl) 

Pass, St. Joseph's Academy; Newman I-III; Music & Drama I-III; 
Tennis III; Bowling III. 
Future: — Chief Directress of evening study!! 



PETER VALLELY, Toronto 
Pass. 



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MERVYN JAMES. VILLEM.AIRE, Timmins, Ont. (153) 

Pass, St. Michael's High; Oratorical Society I-III; Vice-President II; 
President III; Music & Drama I-III; Glee Club 1 1 1. 
Future: — Osgoode Hall. 

ALPHONSE LOUIS VIOLA, Hamihon, Ont. (154) 

Chemistry, Cathedral High; Music & Drama II; Chemical Club II- 
IV. 



CARL PETER VIP.AVEC. Toronto 

Pass, De La Salle; Track I-III; Chess Club. 
P"uture: — Osgoode Hall. 

WILLIAM GREGORY WALKER. Toronto 
, Political Science and Economics. 



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DOUGLAS GERALD WALLACE, Barrie, Ont. (157) 

Pass, Barrie C.L; Athletic Director III; Basketball Manager II; 
Board of Directors, St. Mike's Co-op. Ill; Music & Drama III; 
S.A.C. III. 
P^iture:— O.C.E. 



RICHARD GERALD WALLACE. Toronto 
Pass, Rehab. 
Future; — Post grad work at Toronto 



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JANE MARY WHITE. Toronto (159) 

Household Economics. Loretto Abbey; Household Economics Club 
I-IV; Newman Club I-IV. 



EDWARD WHITTLE, Ottawa, Ont. (160) 

Pass, Lisgar C.I.; Music & Drama II; Lacrosse II-III; Basketball I- 
III; Volleyball II-III. 
Future; — Grad Studies. 



JAMES JOSEPH WILEY. Kitchener, Ont. (161) 

Pass, St. Jerome's College; 5T0 Representative S..'\.C.; Dance 
Committee Chairman; Music & Drama; Basketball I-III; Swimming 
I-III; Volleyball II-III; Football Manager II. 
Future: — Post grad work. 



MARY AGNES WILKINSON. Belleville, Ont. (162 ' 

Pass, St. Michael's High; Sodality I-III; Debating Congress I 
St. Michael's College Co-operative, Board of Directors III; Tlu 
Forum II; St. Joseph's College S.A.C. II; S.A.C. Rep. Ill; Pub 
lications Commissioner III; House Committee II. 



ALEXANDER WILLIAMS, Toronto (163) 

Pass. Danforth Tech.; Newman Club; Hockey II-III; Volleyball III; 
Basketball II-III. 



JOSEPH DOUGL.'\S WILLIAMS, Toronto 
Pass. 



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OWEN STEPHEN WILLIAMS, Toronto BOH (165) 

General, Lawrence Park C.L; N.F.C.U.S. Financial Organizer; 
St. Michael's Water polo. 
Future: — Post graduate at Harvard, Western or Osgoode. 



FREDERICK JOHN WILTSHIRE, Toronto 
Pass. 



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DONALD HARRY YOTT, London, Ont. (167) 

Pass. De La Salle; U. of T. Film Society III; U. of T. Badminton 
Club II-III; Swimming; Squash. 
Future: — Post graduate course. 








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Knox 
College 



REV. W. W. BRYDEN 

M.A., D.D. 



w. 



E have reached the middle of another century. The world of fifty years ago, with its 
serene optimism and its accepted securities, no longer exists. There can be no return to the 
complacences of former days. The catastrophic changes, wrought into tf\e whole fabric of 
human life in recent years, make that impossible. We do well to remind ourselves that this 
claim is applicable to the Church, as it is so obviously applicable to political, economic and 
social formations. 

If Christians have hope in this dismal and melancholy world, it is because they believe 
that Jesus Christ is Creator of the Universe as well as Reconciler and Redeemer of the souls of 
men. He is Lord of the Church, but He is also Lord of the nations and of every human 
relationship which may exist therein. It is indeed Christ Who has cast down and it is He 
alone Who is able to uplift. And His powers are not circumscribed within the laws He has 
fashioned for the universe, not even within the processes of Nature which He has made. In 
fact, these latter have proved, in our day, to be as portentous of evil as of good. What dis- 
tinguishes the Christian soul from the soul of the worldly man is its never-ceasing expec- 
tancy — the powers and possibilities which exist in God far beyond man's understanding. 

You are going forth from this College to be servants of God's Word — not servants of your 
own views about life, nor servants of public opinion. You will not, therefore, be subject to 
the fears, apprehensions and panics which are common to men. You dare not be subservient 
to the clamorous voices of self-interest, whether in State or in Church. 

No preacher, if he is to continue to arouse and stimulate people, may neglect his books 
nor escape the most arduous study; yet, he may not be a mere echo of the thoughts of others. 
Indeed, if his message is to be pertinent to those he serves, there must be a constant culturing 
and disciplining of the heart as well as of the mind before God. Moreover, he must be a true 
pastor, a shepherd of souls, a healer of the wounds of men, and to be so, he will need to know 
his people, not in a general way, but in those concrete experiences which constitute life. 
May God bless and increasingly enrich your ministry.-^* 



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ALEXANDF;R KEITH CAMPBELL. Newbury. Out. (1 ) 

B.A., U, of Western Ontario; K.C.A. I-III; M. & T. I-III; President 
K.C.A. Ill; Athletic Convener II; N.F.C.U.S. Rep. I; Hoclcey; 
Soccer: Basketball; 
Future: — Post grad work. 



ALBERT MARC CHARRA. Lyon. Rhone. France 
Future: — Postgrad work at Montpellier (France). 



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KALMAN CALVIN DOKA, Kipling. Sask. (3) 

B.A.. McMaster University; Missionary and Theological Society; 
Student work and Life Committee. 
Future: — Service in the Presbyterian Church in Canada. 

FRASER JARDINE DUNBAR. Eureka. N.S. (4) 

Mount .-Mlison University; Treasurer, M. & T. Society II; House 
Convener K.C.A. III. 
Future; — Chaplaincy Service. 

WILLIAM JAMES STALKER FARRIS, Glencoe. Ont. (.S) 

B.A.. I', of Western Ontario '47; M.A. U of T.; U. of T. Theological 
Union. President 1949-50. 

Future: — Post-graduate study in Theology. Pastoral work in the 
Presbyterian Church in Canada. 

GORDON JUDSON GENDRON, Penetanguishene, Ont. (6) 

B.A. (V. of T.); Knox College Missionary and Theological Society. 
Future. — Presbyterian Ministry. 

DOUGLAS G. M. HERRON. Toronto K A (7) 

B.A. U. of T. (Trinity); Missionary & Theological Society; Secretary 
III; Hockey I-III. 

PIERRE EMILE ERNEST LUTZ. Strasbourg (Bas-Rhin). France (8) 
Future: — Baccalaureat en Theologie a Strasbourg (France). 

JOSEPH KEITH LANDON McGOWN. Toronto (Q) 

B.A.. U. of T. (U.C.); Knox College Missionary and Theological 
Society I-III; Knox College Association I-III; Varsity Christian 
Fellowship I-III. 

Future: — "I press toward the mark for the prize of the high calling of 
God in Christ Jesus." 

ALVIN McINTOSH, Southampton. Ont. (10) 

B.A., Western University; Worship Convener; Dean of Residence. 
Future: — Foreign Missions. 



KENNETH FERGUSON McKENZIE, Saskatoon. Sask. 
B.A. University of Saskatchewan 
Future: — Doing Post grad work at LLC, U. of T.. in Semitics. 



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MALCOLM SERVISS McLEAN. Brampton. Ont. (12) 

B.A. at L'. of Alberta; Knox College M. & T. Society I-III; President 
III; Knox Basketball; Volleyball. 
Future: — Presbyterian Church Ministry in Canada. 



WILFRED .'VLLAN McLEOD. Kitchener, Ont. 
B..'\. Western University; M. & T. Society. 
Future; — Ministry. 



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ALEXANDER CHARLES GRANT MUIR. Celon. Ont. (14) 

B..^. at U. of T.; Knox College Missionary and Theological Society I- 
III; Vice President I; Secretary Supply Committee III; Badminton. 
Future: — Preaching Christ the Living Word. Postgrad work in 
Theology. 



VICTOR WILLIAM RAISON, Toronto 
B.A. U. of T. 
Future: — The Ministry. 



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Emmanuel 
College 



REV. A. D. MATHESON 

M.A., B.D.. D.D. 



r 



O the members of the Graduating Class of 1950 in Emmanuel College I wish to say a 
word of farewell. 

It seems such a short time ago that you came to us as a Freshman Class. You came liter- 
ally "from sea to sea"; your backgrounds were as varied. But a Power beyond that of man had 
drawn you to the vocation of the Christian minister: and here you were ready to undertake 
three years of graduate study that you might prepare yourselves for Ordination in one or other 
of the Conferences of our Church. 

We have seen you develop in so many ways; in the several intellectual disciplines, in 
social relations, and in spiritual enrichment: and we are glad. 

As you go out in a short time to take up your individual tasks you will soon discover that 
your teachers have not given you all the "answers". It has not been our intention to do so, nor 
could we have done so had we wished. Each one must bring the best that he is in himself to 
the service of the Master, Jesus Christ. In exalting Him you will find yourselves. Through 
witnessing to the Gospel you will enter into a richness of spiritual experience that calls you 
ever onward. 

Hold high the shield of courage, and you will give heart to others. Press forward in the 
interests of the Kingdom of God, and you will be contributing also to a finer, stronger Canada. 
Go forth in Christ's name: and know that you are accompanied by the prayers and the high 
expectations of your teachers."^ 



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EMMANUEL COLLEGE 



BRYAN COLLINS COLWELL. Vancouver, B.C. 
Magee C.L; S.C.M. 
Future; — To be the best minister I can be. 



(1) 



WILLL'XM GORDON HUME. Milton, Ont. (2) 

Milton High; F"orwar(l Movement I-III; Worship Convener, 
Emmanuel College Students' Society 111; Church work at Glen- 
mount and Westmount. 

Future: — A rural Pastorate, probably somewhere in the Canadian 
West. 



CHARLES DOUGL.'\S JAY, Toronto (3) 

Humberside C.L; President, Emmanuel College Theological Society 
IIL 
Future: — The Ministry. 



JOHN WHXIAM METLER, London, Ont. 

London Central C.L; E.M. Soccer I; Athletic Rep. 

Missionary Society IIL 

Future: — Community Church Work. 



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II; Chairman of 



ELWOOD BINKLEY MORDEN, Carlisle, Ont. (.Si 

Waterdown High; On Class Executive I-III; E.C.S.S.;Representati\ i 
on Torontonensis III. 
Future: — A rural pastorate under the United Church of Canada. 



CHARLES ROLAND NEWTON, Moncton, N.B. (6) 

Victoria College; E.C.S.S. I; E.C.A..\. II-III; Residence Executive 
11; Volleyball I-III; Basketball I-II. 
Future: — The Christian Ministry. 



HAROLD PENNER, Leamington, Ont. (7) 

Victoria College; Good King Hal of "The Casbah "; Ruler of the 
strong minds. Confessor of the weak! 
Future: — May Heaven and Hal preserve the adamanti 



STUART WALLACE PORTEOUS, Vancouver, B.C. 
Vancouver C.L; V.C.F.; House Treasurer. 
Future: — Western mission field. 



K S (X 



JAMES FORBES SEUNARINE, San Fernando, Trinidad, B.W.I. (9) 
Naparima College, Trinidad; S.C.M.; Soccer I-III; Volleyball II-III. 
Future: — Maybe Postgrad work; More likely active ministry in 
Trinidad. 



DOUGLAS THOMPSON SLOAN, Toronto (10) 

Humberside C.L; Secretary-Treasurer, E.C.A.S. II; President 
E.C.A.S. Ill; Music and Violin are Hobbies. 
Future: — The Ministry. 



JAY ROY FALLIS STORY, Toronto 



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MATTHEW TAYLOR, Kirkconnel, Dumfriesshire, Scotland (12) 
Waterford High; Don of Residence III; Chairman of Musicale 
Committee III. 
Future: — United Church Ministry. 



ROBERT DONALD THOMPSON, London. Ont. (13) 

Sir .\dam Beck C.L; Basketball; Hockey. 

Future: — Bob is working hard for Union with the Baptist Church, 
which he hopes to achieve in the near future. 



JAMES HARDING VOWLES, Elma. Ont. (14) 

Glebe C.L; The Scabbing rush is ended And now from out a cranium 
distended. The wisdom of ten thousand years must be pretended. 



HOWARD OLIVER WAKELIN, Scott, Sask. 
Scott High; Social Director III; Hobby — Radio. 
Future: — The Ministry. 



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FLORENCE GERTRUDE WILKINSON, Courtland, Ont. (16) 

Tillsonburg High; Secretary of E.C.S.S. II; On Class Executive I-III. 
Future: — Preaching for Christ under the United Church of Canada. 



DONALD CLIFFORD WILSON. Waterloo, Que. 

Waterloo High; Vice-President Emmanuel College 

Society II; President III; S.A.C. III. 

Future: — A minister of the United Church of Canada. 



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Students' 



NETTIE I. J. WILSON, Toronto (18) 

Ottawa Glebe C.L; President of Third Year; College Organist. 
Future: — United Church Ministry. 




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Wycliffe 
College 



REV. R. ARMITAGE 

M.C., M.A., D.D. 



D, 



R. TREVELYAN, Master of Trinity College, Cambridge in his autobiography recalls 
his undergraduate days in a descriptive line which every College might covet as its own: 
'Here was friendship, here was freedom, in fullest abundance.' 

Among the loyalties which grow deeper and richer with the years is the grateful affection 
of an alumnus for his Alma Mater. 

University College and the Universtiy of Toronto will stir our hearts no matter where in 
Canada, or farther, we may go. 

But Wycliffe, even more, is in the very web and woof of our life; for here we have been 
given the beginning of our training for the Ministry. 

Most of us have found that our recollection and remembrance of our student days at 
Wycliffe grow more vivid in the passing of the years and take on something of the warmth 
and gratitude which we find in almost every letter written by St. Paul. 

We shall come to know that our College stands for values in the life and thought of our 
Church which make for vigour and enrichment and that we have our part and share in this 
contribution to the commonweal. 

This calls for "singleness of heart" as the Authorized Version would say it. 

It is worth noting that this singleheartedness, this singleness of intent and purpose is in 
the word "sincere". They both grow out of the one root. 

And it is for us to recollect and to read into it what active meaning we may that the first 
recorded use of the word "sincere" in English is in the line "Master Wickliffe was noted to be 
a man of a very sincere life." 

Let us follow after with gladness and singleness of heart. 

The Teaching Staff of Wycliffe College extend to the graduating class good wishes and 
Godspeed at this beginning of a new and far reaching stretch of the road. 4" 



WYCLIFFE COLLEGE 



MERRILL JAMES CATHCART. Stittsville, Ont. 
President. Wycliflfe College Theological Society. 
Future: — Church of England Ministry. 



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JAMES SIMPSON CUNNINGHAM. Toronto (2) 

B.A. U. of T. 46 University College; S.A.C. Rep. Wycliffe 1948; 
President Wycliffe .Athletic Association I94<)-S0; Wycliffe Hockey; 
Tennis; Golf; Volleyball. 

Future: — Curate. Church of the Transfiguration; Parish Work; Post 
graduate work. 

FREDERICK WARWICK PEIRCE. Hamilton. Ont. (3) 

B.A.. McMaster; Hart House Glee Club; University of Toronto 
Theological Union Executive. 
Future: — Priesthood of Anglican Church. 

REGINALD F. STACKHOUSE. Toronto (4) 

B.A.. U. of T. '46. University College; Prime Minister III; President 
of Missionary Society III; Editor of Ca/> ami Cojcn IV-VI; Speaker 
V; House Committee V-VII; Senior Student VII; Parish of St. 
Matthews' Eatonville IV-VI I; Ordained Deacon VII. 
Future: — Priesthood and Ph.D. 

HOPE WRIXON SURDIVALL. Hornings Mills. Ont. (5) 

London University '38; Pjb. '42; Minister of Education III; Wycliffe. 
Future: — Priesthood and post-grad. work. 

CUTHBERT WILLL-^M THOMAS. New Toronto, Ont. (6) 

Centra! High of Commerce; Keeper of the Seal of the Wycliffe 
Literary Society. 
Future; — Church of England Ministry, Diocese of .Athabaska. 



DAVID REID THOMPSON, Penetanguishene, Ont. 
Future: — The Christian Ministry. 



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GEORGE WILLIAM BVARS WHEELER. Peterborough, Ont. (8) 
B.A. and M.A. U. of T.; Prime Minister, Wycliffe College, 1947-48. 
Future: — Lecturer in Church History. 



ROBERT ALLAN WIGBY. Everett. Ont. 

B.A., U. of T. '48; Toronlonensis Representative. 
Future: — Ministry 



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Commerce 

and 

Finance 



C. A. ASHLEY 

B.Com., F.C.A. 



y. 



OU have completed your course in the university under adverse conditions. In spite of 
all our efforts to keep numbers down in the honour courses, you have been too many for us. 
We know only too well that you have missed a good deal of that close contact with members of 
the staff which is generally recognized to be of great value; which has, indeed, often been 
thought of as the distinctive characteristic of a university. 



We believe, however, that you have encountered intellectual honesty and a disinclina- 
tion to accept ready made opinions. "If a man seriously desires to live the best life that is open 
to him, he must learn to be critical of the tribal customs and tribal beliefs that are generally 
accepted among his neighbours," says Bertrand Russell. Criticism is not necessarily followed 
by rejection, and continued existence depends on a wide mieasure of acceptance of certain 
customs and beliefs; but a man who takes his sense of values from others, without subjecting 
them to searching inquiry, loses his individuality in the common herd. 

The university graduate must assert his individuality; he must influence people, without 
necessarily making enemies in the process. We therefore expect to hear of you again, and we 
wish you happiness and success in your efforts.ij^ 



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COMMERCE AND FINANCE 



WILLIAM ROBERT ACHESON. Toronto (1) 

\'ictoria College. Oakwood C.I.; Camera Club; Victoria Married 
Students Club; Victoria Soccer I-IV; Rooting for those "Blues". 
Future; — Accounting or General Business. 

A. E. ADDIE (2) 

PAUL R. ALLEN. Niagara Falls. Ont. (3) 

University College. Niagara Falls C.I.; Commerce Club. 
Future: — Business. 

DOUGLAS FRANCIS BRUCE ARCHER. Toronto (4) 

University College. .St. Michael's; Commerce Club; Golf; Tennis. 
Future: — Actuarial Work with Insurance Co. 



ARTHUR JOSEPH BALFOUR. Toronto 

L'niversity College; Riverdale C.I.; Reporter on The Varsity. 
Future: — Investment Business. 



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RALPH MacKENZIE BARFORD, Toronto * F A (6) 

Victoria College. Sarnia C.I.; Vic. Football III-IV; Blue & White 
Soc. Treasurer IV; V.C.U. Auditor III-IV; Commerce Club I-IV; 
Publicity Director III; Vice-President IV; * F A Treasurer IV. 

ROBERT ALEXANDER WALKER BARR. Toronto (7) 

Victoria College. Western Commerce; Commerce Club I-IV; Business 
Manager. Commerce Journal IV; Main extracurricular interests — 
Wife, and son, George. 
Future: — Chartered .-Xccountant. 



.JOSEPH ANTON BAUMCHEN. Toronto 
St. Michael's College. Lampman High. 
Future; — Chartered Accountant. 



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NORMAN ALEX. BELL. Toronto (9) 

Victoria College, Runnymede C.I.; Commerce Club; Musician. 
Future: — Accounting 



F. J. BENNETT 
University College. 

HENRY COOKSON BILSBOROUGH. Capreol. Ont. 
St. Michael's College. Capreol High; Commerce Club; 
Club; Water polo III-IV. 
Future: — Chartered Accountancy. 



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Newman 



RUDY BLOOM, Hamilton Ont. SAM (12) 

University College. Hamilton Central C.L; Commerce Club; Squash; 
Bridge. 
Future: — Tentatively planning to attend Osgoode Hall. 

LEONARD AUSTIN BRAITHWAITE. Toronto (13) 

University College. Harbord C.L; Commerce Club I-III-IV; Vice- 
President IV; I.S.O. I I-IV; LLC. Volleyball; Squash; Track. 
Future; — Post grad work. 

THOMAS BR.A.ZIER. Windsor. Ont. (14) 

Victoria College. Sandwich C.L; Commerce Club; Hart House Art 
Class; Interested in Basketball; "Tennis; Skiing. 
Future: — Chartered .Accountant. 

GEORGE HULSE BRERETON. Toronto (15) 

Victoria College; Oakwood C.L; Commerce Club I-IV; Treasurer Ill- 
President IV; C.O.T.C. II-IV. 
Future: — Business. 

BRUCE EDGAR CARROLL. Toronto (16) 

Victoria College. North Toronto C.L; Managing Editor. Com- 
merce Journal IV; Commerce Club III-I'V. 



G. J. CARRUTHERS 

St. Michael's College. 



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ROBERT ORVILLE CARRUTHERS, Toronto (18) 

Victoria College, Lawrence Park C.L; Commerce Club III-IV; 
Treasurer Class STO Vic. Ill; Treasurer V.C.U. IV; Basketball; 
Golf. 
Future : — Merchandising. 

JOHN ARGUE CARSON. Toronto (19) 

University College, Glebe C.L; Commerce Club; Political Science 
Club. 
Future: — Chartered Accounting. 

KENNETH LLOYD COOK. Kitchener. Ont. (20) 

University College. Kitchener C.L; Lutheran Students Assoc. 
II-U' Vice-President IV. 
Future: — Chartered .Accountant. 

CYRUS WILFRED CREIGHTON, Toronto (21) 

University College, Malvern C.L; .A balcony boy in the big hall. 

JEFFREY EDWARD CRIBB. Toronto * K S (22) 

Victoria College. Lawrence Park C.I. 
Future; — Business Life. 

HARRY DAMP. Toronto (23) 

Victoria College, Bloor C.L; Vic. Football I-IV. 




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LESLIE ALAN DARCH, Bowmanville. Ont. (24) 

Victoria College, Bowmanville High; Commerce Club; Conservatory 
Symphony Orchestra L 
Future: — Chartered Accountancy. 

ARTHUR DAVID DAY, Toronto (25) 

Victoria College. Jarvis C.I.; Commerce Club I-IV; VictoriaRugby I; 
Squash. 
Future: — The Business World. 

WILLIAM J.-XMES DESLAURIERS, Toronto W (26) 

St. Michael's College, Lawrence Park C.L; Commerce Club; Fratern- 
ity, main extracurricular interest. 
Future: — University School of Law (New LL.B. course). 



B. DEVOR 

University College 

DONALD DAVID DONALDSON, Orillia, Ont. 

University College, Orillia C.L; Commerce Club I-IV; 
Glee Club; Badminton IV; Commerce Journal IV. 
Future: — Business. 

THOMAS MURRAY ELDER. Toronto 
University College. Lawrence Park C.L 



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Ben (28) 
Hart House 



(29) 



ARTHUR JOSEPH FERRI, Toronto (30) 

University College, De La Salle Oaklands; Commerce Club I-IV; 
U.N.T.D. II-III; Circulation Manager, Commerce Journal IV; 
Swimming; Balcony Boys I-IV. 
Future: — Administrative position. Possibly in brewery. 

CLIFFORD ALLAN FORBES. Port-of-Spain, Trinidad K A (31) 
Trinity College, St. Andrew's College; President of Kappa Alpha 
Society; Soccer-Trinity "A". 
Future: — Import- Export Trade in Trinidad. 



PURVIS CHARLES FREDENBURGH, Toronto 
Victoria College, Lawrence Park C.L 
Future: — Undecided, Chartered ."Xccountancy. 



(32) 



C. G. JIM FULLERTON, Toronto (33) 

University College. Forest Hill C.L; Commerce Club I-IV; Executive 
III; U.C. Hockey III-IV. 
Future: — Post grad work. 

ERNEST NORMAN GILLIGAN. Toronto (34) 

St. Michael's College. Central High School of Commerce; Commerce 
Club; Swimming and Golf. 
Future: — Chartered accountant. 



ALEXANDER SUTHERLAND GORDON, Toronto 
Victoria College, Riverdale C.I. 



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ROBERT WALSH GOUINLOCK. Toronto (36) 

Trinity College. Upper Canada College; Secretary Commerce Club; 
Director Hart House Bridge Club; Intercollegiate Bridge Team; 
Intermediate Golf; Trinity Hockey "C ". 
Future: — Harvard Graduate School of Business. 



HARRY ALEXANDER GREENE, Toronto 
Victoria College, Eastern Commerce. 



(37) 



ALBAN REGINALD HEBERT, Toronto (38) 

Victoria College. Humberside C.L; Wrestling; Body-building; 
Tennis. 
Future: — Personnel Work. 

ALBERT ANDREW HEIGHINGTON, Toronto (39) 

Victoria College, Orillia C.L 

WILLIAM HARRIS HILL. Toronto A K E (40) 

University College, U.T.S. 

DONALD CLARENCE HOOVER. Nobleton, Ont. (41) 

Victoria College, Weston C.L; Commerce Club; Philately; Golf. 
Future: — Chartered Accountancy. 

GEORGE KENNETH HUMPHREYS, Sarnia, Ont. (42) 

University College, Sarnia C.L; Commerce Club; International 
Relations Club. 

THOMAS HERBERT INGLIS, Toronto (43) 

Victoria College; Kincardine High; Commerce Club I-IV; Residence 
Executive I-III-IV; Reporter The I'arsily I; Business Manager, 
Vic. Revue IV. 
Future: — Law. 

HARTLEY ALBERT JACKSON, Toronto (44) 

Trinity College. Lawrence Park C.L; Commerce Club; Ridley Men's 
Bible Class. Past President; Navigation Instructor — 180 Squadron. 
R.C.A.C. 
Future: — Chartered Accountancy. 

SYDNEY BERTRAM LOFTUS. Toronto SAM (45) 

University College, Riverdale C.L; Commerce Club; Basketball; 
Tennis; Squash; U.C. Follies; Fraternity Treasurer. 
Future: — Business Career. 



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JAMES HAMILTON MALE. Toronto (46) 

Victoria College, Etobicoke C.L; Commerce Club 1-IV; Associate 
Circulation Manager Commerce Journal IV; Golf; Skiing. 
Future: — Possibly Postgrad work in Commerce. 

CHARLES CLIFFORD MALLOCH. Weyburn, Sask. (47) 

Victoria College, Weyburn C.L; Commerce Club I-IV; .STO .Assembly 
Rep. Ill; "Love them out-of-town rugby games". 
Future: — Set the world on firell (with tongue in cheek). 



IRVING MATLOW, Toronto 
University College, Harbord C.L 



SAM (48) 
Exchequer S A M. 1947; Hillel. 



JAMES JOSEPH McGUIGAN, Toronto (49) 

St. Michael's College. St. Michaels College High; C.O.T.C; C.O.T.C 
Ball Finance Director IV; Commerce Club; Rifle Club. 
Future: — Law. 

KENNETH PATRICK McINTVRE, Ottawa, Ont. (50) 

St. Michaels College, St. Patrick's High; Senior Intercollegiate 
Football III; Hockey; Water polo; Skiing I-III; Oratorical Society; 
Commerce Club. 
Future: — Business. 

GRATTAN BRODERICK McKEOWN, Smiths Falls, Ont. (51) 

St. Michael's College. Smiths Falls C.L; Commerce Club I-IV; 
St. Mike's Basketball I-IV; Volleyball I-IV; Music & Drama IV. 
Future: — Ad altare Dei. Bonitatem. Disciplinam, Scientiam. 



CARSON V, McMASTER, Toronto 

Victoria College. Eastern Commerce; Tennis; Golf; 
Public Speaking. 
Future: — Accountancy. 

ALFRED L.AWRENCE NELSON, Toronto 
Victoria College, Elbow C.L, Sask. 



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Bowling; 



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DONALD RAY NEWMAN, Dunnville, Ont. (54) 

Victoria College, Dunnville High; Vic. Music Club III-IV; Business 
Manager IV; Commerce Club IV. 



GEORGE CHALMERS NORRIE. Toronto 
Trinity College, Central Commerce. 



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EARL HERBERT ORSER, Edmonton. Alta. (56) 

LIniversity College, Danforth Tech.; Commerce Club I-IV; -Assistant 
Business Manager, Commerce Journal III; Holwood Executive III; 
S.A.C. Rep. for U.C. Lit. Executive IV; Finance Commissioner of 
S.A.C. IV. 
Future: — Accounting for other people's foolish expenditures. 



T. W. OWEN 



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ROSS WILLIAM PAULI, Stratford. Ont. (58) 

University College, Stratford C.L; "73" I-IV; Treasurer III; Bas- 
ketball I-IV; Volleyball I-IV; Nocturnal Bull Sessions — week-ends; 
U.C. Athletic Board II. 
Future: — To eat three meals a day. 

ABRAHAM PEARLSTEIN, Toronto (59) 

University College, Roosevelt High, Los Angeles. Cal.; U.N.T.D. I- 
IV; Hillel I-IV; Commerce Club III-IV; U.C. Basketball I-IV; 
Volleyball. 
Future: — Postgrad work. 

MILO JOSEPH PECKHAM, Toronto (60) 

St. Michael's College. St. Michael's College High; Newman Club IV; 
Commerce Club IV; Tennis; Skiing. 
Future: — Banking. 

WILLIAM JOSEPH RAYMOND, Toronto (61) 

University College. Westmount High; Commerce Club III-IV; 
Toronlonensis II-IV; Editor IV; Football Week-ends; Ski Week-ends; 
Balcony Boys I-IV. 
Future: — Post graduate work. 

GEORGE RATCLIFFE ROBERTS, Bowmanville, Ont. (62) 

LIniversity College, Bowmanville High; Commerce (Tlub I-III; Hart 
House Glee Club I-III; U.C. Operetta, Red Mill; Tennis. 
Future: — Industrial Accounting position or become "Student" with 
a Chartered Accounting firm. 



ALEXANDER ARNOLD RUSSELI , Toronto 

Victoria College, Lawrence Park C.L; Commerce Club. 
Future: — Business. 

W. T. SALTER 
University College. 



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EVELYN BERYL SANDERSON, Ingersoll, Ont. (65) 

Victoria College. Goderich C.L; Girls Commerce Club; Badminton; 
Bowling; Skating. 
Future: — Actuarial work. 

JOHN MICHAEL GRIERSON SCOTT, Toronto A A * (66) 

Victoria College, U.T.S.; Hart House Glee Club III-IV; Commerce 
Club I-IV; International Relations Club III; Squash; Golf. 
Future: — Business. 



SAUL D. SIGAL, Toronto 
University College. 



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JOSEPH O. SIMPSON. Maritimes 
Victoria College. Halifax Academy 
Future: — Nebulous. 



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JOHN ALBERT SMITH, Toronto (69) 

St. Michael's College, Northern Vocational; Commerce Club; 
Newman Club: C.O.T.C. 

Future: — Postgrad work at .Actuarial Studies — Proceed towards 
F.I.A. 



JAMES ALVIN SPENCE. Toronto (70) 

University College. Danforth Tech.; Commerce Club; "V" Member; 
S.N.C. Treasurer; U.C. Married Students Club. 

Future: — Hope to be able to obtain a position with an aggressive 
merchandising firm for training purpose. 



CHARLES FREDERICK STUBBERT. Toronto 
Victoria College, Central High of Commerce. 

P. J. SULLIVAN 
University College. 



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(■FORGE PAUL THOM.A.S. New Toronto (73) 

St. Michael's College, Mimico High; Canadian Young Lebanese Club 
Vice President; Commerce Club. 

WILLIAM EDGAR TOVNE. Toronto (74) 

Victoria College. Riverdale C.I.; Commerce Club; Commerce Journal; 
Tennis. 
Future: — Insurance Broker. 

FREDERICK JOSEPH TRAVELL, Toronto (75) 

St. Michael's College. De La Salle; Commerce Club; Political Science 
Club. 



DUNCAN VICTOR TULLETT. Toronto 
University College, Rehab. 



FRANCIS PAUL WAINHOUSE, Toronto 
St. Michael's College, St. Michael's C.S. 
Future: — Business. 



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EDWARD FREDRICK WENGER, Toronto 

University College. North Toronto C.I.; Commerce Club. 

Future: — To enter business and work towards an executive position. 

SEYMOUR LYON WIGLE, Windsor, Ont. ARE (79) 

University College, Patterson C.I.; Swimming Club I-IV; Intercol- 
legiate Swimming I-IV; U.C. Swimming I-IV; U.C. Water polo I-IV; 
President Fraternity. 
Future: — Chartered Accountancy. 

LEONARD JAMES WILSON, Orillia, Ont. (80) 

Victoria College, Orillia C.I.; Bridge Club; Commerce Club. 
Future: — Business (?) 




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and 

Engineering 



K. F. TUPPER 

O.B.E., B.A.Sc, S.M. 



NOW IS THE TIME — A MESSAGE TO THE CLASS OF 5TO 



K 



OW is the time that you are leaving behind you all the years of your childhood and of 
your adolescence, all the years of your education and training, to emerge into the great wide 
world. Is it a suitable time? 



1 sometimes wonder if the students of fifty years ago had a feeling that they were born far 
too late. No worlds remained to conquer, nothing remained to be done. The great continent 
of North America had been explored; the last frontiers were gone; the vanishing Indian 
tribes could be found only on their reservations; the continent had been spanned with rail- 
ways so that one could go nearly anywhere without having to endure the covered wagon 
hardships and perils of their forefathers. In fact, I wonder if the young men of almost every 
age have not felt that they had arrived just too late; nearly everything worth doing had been 
done; the jobs were finished. 

Now is the time. Now is the time when opportunity was never greater. I submit that any 
appearance of completion is wholly fallacious. Now is the time to work toward the elimina- 
tion of war. Now is the time to banish starvation from this world. Now is the time to strive 
ever more vigorously toward the abolition and conquest of disease. Now is the time when we 
must recognize as frontiers many, nay, all of the undesirable conditions which man has 
regarded in the past as part of his environment as established by Nature. Through countless 
ages, war, starvation and disease have been taken for granted. They were not then considered 
as frontiers. Today we must recognize them as challenges bigger than many of those which 
lay in the past; bigger than the discovery of continents, than the building of railways. Now is 
the time to go forth into a world, wonderful, but not yet perfect, in which there are so many 
things to do.i)^ 



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HAAKON AASS, Lena. Norway 
Aeronautical. 
Future: — Return to Royal Norwegian .\ir Force. 



JAMES LEONARD ACTON. Toronto (2) 

Mining. U.T.S.. Escaped from Metallurgy I to Mining II; Summers 
at Ungava. Hudson Bay and Sudbury; Wife and new home main 
extracurricular interests. 
Future; — "Can we plan anything?" (long). 



EDWARD JAMES ADAMS. Toronto 

Mechanical. Central Tech.; Mech. Club I-IV 

A.S.M.E. II-IV. 

Future: — Marine Engineering; To own a yacht. 



THOM.AS BRUCE ADAMS. Toronto 

Chemical. Rehab.; Industrial Chem. Club I-IV. 



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Student Branch 



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lAMES ROBERT ADARE. Toronto (5) 

Engineering Physics. Central Tech.; Interfaculty and Senior Inter- 
collegiate Track II; Interfaculty Basketball III; S.P.S. Rugby and 
Basketball IV; Intermediate Intercollegiate Track IV. 



J. M. AGAR 
Mechanical. 



KENNETH LESLIE AGNEW. Sault Ste. Marie. Ont. 
Chemical, Sault Ste. Marie C.I. 



L. W. ALEXANDER 
Mechanical. 



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GARDNER McCORD ALISON, Toronto (9) 

Mechanical, Oakwood C.I.; .A..S.M.E.; Leader. .\jax Dance Orchestra 

GORDON GURNEY ALLAN. Toronto dKE (10) 

Engineering Physics. U.T.S.; Aeronautical Club. 

Future: — To enter engineering profession and continue study for 
Master of Science degree. 

DOUGLAS LESLIE ALLEN. Toronto (ID 

Chemical. Danforth Tech.; Hart House Revolver Club; Radio and 
Electronics; Photography; Tennis; Riding. 

EVERETT BASIL ALLEN. Winnipeg. Man. . (12) 

Metallurgy. Assistant Manager 1st yr. Football Team of Ajax II; 
Chess Club IV; Mining and Metallurgy Club I-IV. 
Future: — Post grad in physical metallurgy. 



FREDERICK GEORGE ALLEN, Toronto 
Civil. East York C.I. 
Future: — Employment in Engineering field. 

GEORGE CRAIB ALLEN. Islington. Ont. 
Electrical. Etobicoke C.I. 



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KENNETH VICTOR .A.LLEN. Toronto (IS) 

Engineering Physics. North Toronto C.I.; Engineering Physics Club. 

ROBERT LEE ALLEN. Hagersville. Ont. (16) 

Mechanical. Hagersville High; Mechanical Club I-IV; .A.S.M.E. III- 
IV; Year President III; Treasurer .\.S.M.E. IV. 
Future: — Let's have a party. 

DOUGL.AS GEORGE BRANDER ANDERSON. Toronto (17) 

Mechanical, Oakwood C.I. 

GEORGE PHILLIP JOSEPH ANDERSON. Toronto (18) 

Chemical. St. Michael's College, Industrial Chem. Club; Sknng; 
Tennis. 



GORDON JAMES ANDERSON. Cooksville. Ont. 
Chemical. Parkdale C.I.; Member E.I.C. 
Future: — Retiring. 

HUGH CAMPBELL ANDERSON. Toronto 
Mechanical. Lawrence Park C.I. 

JACK FENTON ANDERSON. Exeter. Ont. 
Electrical, Sarnia C.I. 



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J\MES KEITH .-ANDERSON. Cobourg. Ont. (22) 

Mechanical. Cobourg C.I.; Mech. Club; A.S.M.E.; Basketball; 



Skiing. 

Future: — Banquets, parties, balls and Evy's corn roasts. 



JOHN HAROLD CAMERON ANDERSON. Perth. Ont. 
Mechanical. Perth C.I.; .A.S.M.E.; Mechanical Club. etc. 
Future: — "Big times". 



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LORNE LOUIS ANDERSON, Huntsville. Ont. 
Civil, Huntsville High. 



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WILLIAM ARTHUR ANDERTON. Medicine Hat. Alta. (25) 

Chemical, Alexander High; Student Member, Engineering Institute 
of Canada. 

KENNETH HAROLD ANTHONY, Toronto (26) 

Civil. Scarboro C.I.; Civil Club I-IV; Ajax Flying Club 47-48. 



ERNEST JOHN APLIN. Toronto 
Electrical. Vaughan Road C.I. 
Future: — Industry or Public Utility. 



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DOUGLAS GERRIE ARGO. Toronto A T (28) 

Engineering and Business, Etobicoke C.I.; Class Representative II- 
IV. 
Future: — Sales Engineering. 

ERNEST FREDERICK ARISS. Parry Sound. Ont. (29) 

Chemical. Parry Sound C.I.; Ind. Chem. Club; Interested in hunting; 
fishing; photography and Amateur .Astronomy. 
Future: — Rather indefinite, but will include some work and play. 



ALBERT ARMSTRONG, Toronto 

Electrical, Bloor C.I.; Amateur Radio Station VE3TIC. 
Future: — Industry or Public Utility. 



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JOHN EDWARD ARMSTRONG, North Bay. Ont. (31) 

Electrical, Fraserdale Continuation; Airplanes; Cars; Boats; Motor- 
cycles; Women. 
Future: — Excitement and adventure as a Joe Boy for George. 



JOHN H. H. ARMSTRONG. Toronto 
Electrical, Lawrence Park C.I. 



(32) 



THOM.-XS CHRISTIE ARNOLD, Pigeon Valley, Jamaica AT (33) 
Engineering and Business, Ridley College; S.P.S. Football I-II; 
S.P.S. Water polo III-IV; S.P.S. Soccer IV; Intercollegiate Swim- 
ming II-IV; Water polo IV; N.F.C.U.S. Rep. 
Future: — To enjoy life. 



V. W. G. ARNOLD 
Chemical. 



DANIEL FRANK ARNOLDI. Toronto 

Engineering and Business, U.T.S.; Swimming. 



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GORDON D.WID ARNOT. Toronto A X (36) 

Engineering and Business, Malvern C.I.; Sr. S.P.S. Rugby; Trackand 
Field; S.P.S. Harrier. 
Future: — Post graduate work in Business. 

JOHN HENRY ASHTON, Toronto (37) 

Electrical, Jarvis CI.; Football and Hockey enthusiast; Hobby — 
Radio. 

Future: — Power engineering with large electrical manufacturing 
concern. 



VERNON RUSSELL ASTROP. Stratford. Ont. (38) 

Civil. Kingston C.I.; Chess Club I; Camera Club II-III; Secretary of 
Civil Club III. 
Future: — Like to get into structural design work. 



ROBERT ORLEY AUGER. Guelph. Out. 
Engineering Physics, Guelph C.I. 



F. B. AVANN 
Chemical. 



ALLAN EDWARD AVEY, Brantford. Ont. 
Electrical, Brantford C.I. 



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ARTHUR AVIAN, Windsor, Ont. (42) 

Mechanical, W. D. Lowe High; A.S.M.E.; Association of Professional 
Engineers of Ontario. 
Future: — Work in the field of Mechanical Engineering. 



EDOUARD FRANCIS BAILLIE, Toronto (43) 

Mechanical, North Toronto C.I. 
Future: — Construction Engineering or Aircraft Engineering. 



ROBERT HENRY BAKER, Toronto (44) 

Civil, Western Tech. 



THOMAS JOSEPH B.AKER. Kitchener, Ont, (45) 

Electrical, Kitchener-Waterloo C.I. C.O.T.C. 




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WILLIAM GORDON BALDWIN. Windsor. Ont. 
Engineering Physics, Walkerville C.I. 
Future: — Professional Engineer. 



ANDREW T. BALFOUR. Fort William. Ont. 
Civil. Fort William C.I. ; Skiing. 



WILLIAM ANDREW BALLANTYNE, Toronto 
Civil, Humberside C.I. 



JOHN NELSON BALLINGER, Toronto 
Civil, Vaughan Road C.I. 
Future: — Post grad work at Toronto. 



SAMUEL GEORGE BARBER, Toronto 
Civil, Alliston High. 
Future: — Civil Engineering. 



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RENY BARKI. Toronto (Si ) 

Mechanical. Rehab.; Student Member Mechanical Club; Inter- 
faculty Soccer Championship Team I-II; Interfaculty Soccer III-IV; 
.Awarded Skule "S"; Housemaster, .Ajax II; Interfaculty Soccer 
Manager IV. 

JACK REGINALD BARNES, Toronto (52) 

Mechanical, Riverdale C.I.; Mechanical Club I-IV; Tennis; Boat- 
Building and Sailing. 
Future: — Design work in aircraft gas turbine field. 

DAVID ANDERSON BARR. Toronto (53) 

Mining Geology. Upper Canada College; Track and Harrier Club I- 
IV; Vice-President IV; Intercollegiate Boxing I; Intercollegiate 
Track and Field I-IV; Intercollegiate Harrier I-IV. 



WILLIAM EDWARD BARRATT, Toronto 
Mining. Rehab. 



RODNEY STEWART BARRON, Toronto 
Electrical, Western Tech. 



GEORGE ROBERT BATES, Ladner, B.C. 

Engineering Physics. 

Future: — See some more of the world- 



FREDERICK BAUER. Melville, Sask. 
Chemical, Melville High. 



G. W. BEATTY 
Chemical. 



DONALD PETER BEAUDOIN, Toronto 

Engineering Physics. De La Salle; Chess Club III. 



JOHN HENRY BECKER, Niagara Falls. Ont. 
Metallurgy, Stamford High. 
Future: — To retire "early" in life. 



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DOUGLAS ROSS BEDFORD, Grimsby, Ont. (61) 

Mining, Grimsby High; M. and M. Club; Honorary life member of 
Order of the Loose Moose and Ale and Quail Club. 
Future: — Still in the making. 

BARRY ALEXANDER BELL, Sarnia, Ont. (62) 

Mechanical, Sarnia C.I.; U. of T. Sailing Club, (Club Recorder); 
Hart House Camera Club; Interests — Sailing; Photography; Squash; 
Tennis. 



CHARLES GORDON BELL, Toronto 
Electrical, Jarvis C.I. 



WILLIAM ERNEST BELL. Toronto 

Chemical. Central Tech.; Ajax Bridge Club; Secretary II. 
Future: — Industrial Chemistry. 



WILLIAM RUSSELL BENNETT, Toronto 
Chemical, Danforth Tech. 
Future: — Industrial Chemistry. 



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ELI HERMAN BENSTEIN, Toronto (66) 

Aeronautical. Harbord C.I.; Sports Editor Toike Oike; Executive of 
Athletic Assn.; Sr. S.P.S. Football; C.O.T.C. 

Future: — Post grad work at Cal. Tech., if I can rob a bank to finance 
it. 



JEAN PAUL BERGEVIN, Hamilton. Ont. 
Mechanical, Westdale C.I. 



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JOHN WILLIAM DARYL BERRY. Brantford, Ont. «)8) 

Civil, Brantford C.I.; Slcule Nite III-IV; Skule at Home III. 

DONALD RICHARD BEST, Toronto {(,()) 

Mechanical, Central Tech. 
Future: — The Bristol Company of Canada Ltd. 

NORMAN WILLIAM BETHUNE. Toronto (70) 

Electrical. Upper Canada College; .Ajax Track Club and Team II; 
Rifle Club III-IV; Photography; A.I.E.E.. Student Member IV 
Future: — Electrical Engineering. 

WILLIAM BIDULKA. Winnipeg. Man. (71) 

Civil, Isaac Newton High; Music; Squash; Golf. 
Future: — Highway Engineering. To keep beating Dickens at squash. 

JACK ERNEST BINDO.V, Burlington. Ont. (72) 

Chemical, Thorold High; Inter-Residence Sports; Skule Nite III-IV; 
Industrial Chemical Club I-IV; Hart House Glee Club; The fair sex. 
Future: — Lucrative position as soon as possible. 



HOWARD LEROY BIRCH, Windsor, Ont. 
Mechanical. Walkerville C.I. 
Future: — To practise engineering in Canada. 



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FREDERICK BIRCH.ALL, St. Thomas, Ont. (74) 

Mining, St. Thomas C.I.; Mining and Metallurgy Club; Honorary 
member of Ale and Quail Club. 
Future: — Eat. drink and make merry. 



HALVOR BJORNESTAD, Stavanger, Norway 
Aeronautical. 
Future: — Return to Royal Norwegian .-Mr Force. 



WILLIAM CHARLES BLACK, Gait, Ont. 
Mechanical. Gait C.I. 
Future: — A good engineer. 



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CARLTON CHARLES BLACKMORE. Chatham. Ont. (77) 

Chemical. Chatham C.I.; Industrial Chemical Club I-IV; Canterbury 
Club III-IV; Campus Co-op. III-IV; Board of Directors IV. 



JOHN JAMES BLACKPORT, Lockwood, Sask. 
Mining. Lockwood High. 



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SYDNEY E. BLACKWOOD. Toronto (7Q) 

Chemical. East York C.I.; Industrial Chemical Club; Basketball; 
Ajax A's I; Sr. Skule III; Sr. Skule IV. 
Future: — To make a million!! 



CHARLES WILFRED BLAIN. Brampton. Ont. 

Aeronautical. Brampton High; .'Aeronautical Club I-IV. 
Future: — R.C.A.F. Technical list. 



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HAROLD WILTON BLAKLEY. Peace River, Alta. (81 ) 

Engineering and Business. Grimshaw High; President 5T0 I; 
Director- Publicity and Publications Engrg. Society II; Housemaster 
Res. 731 Ajax. 

Future: — Industrial or Business Employment for year or two — then 
Post graduate work at Western or Harvard. 



NIELS A. J. BLOM. Oslo. Norway 
Aeronautical. 



JOHN CHARLES BLOOMER. Toronto 
Mining. Humberside C.I. 



JOHN ALBERT BODDY. Toronto 

Mechanical. Danforth Tech.. Inter-faculty Boxing III. 



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SAMUEL BOND. Toronto (85) 

Electrical, Central Tech.; .American Institute of Electrical Engineers; 
Institute of Radio Engineers. 
Future: — Industry or Public Utility. 



WARREN DERRY BONISTEEL. Toronto 

Mechanical. Parkdale C.I.; A.S.H.V.E.. A.S.M.E.; 
Future: — Heating and ."Air Conditioning. 



Boxing II- IV. 



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ROBERT NORRIS BOWDEN. Toronto (87) 

Engineering and Business, Lawrence Park C.I.; Swimming Team I- 
IV; Tennis I; Soccer IV; Water polo IV'; Figure Skating. 
Future: — Business Course -it Harvard if i>ossible. 



VICTOR ROSS BOWDEN, Waterford. Ont. (88) 

Mechanical. Waterford High; Hart House Revolver Club; Toronto 
Sailing and Canoe Club. 
Future: — Production work. 




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WALTER VERNON HARRY BOWERMAN. BellevUle, Ont. (89) 
Chemical, Belleville C.I.; Industrial Chemical Club I-IV; Basketball- 
Camera Club IV. 
Future: — Post graduate work. 



THOMAS ALEC BOWLES, Toronto 
Civil, North Toronto C.I. 
Future: — Flood Control Work. 



FRANKLIN HERBERT MUIR BOYD, Toronto 
Electrical, Newmarket High. 
Future: — Electrical Engineer. 



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WILLIAM ROBERT BR.ADSHAW, Guelph, Ont. (92) 

Civil, Guelph C.I.; Civil Basketball Team, Minor League Champs II. 

EDGAR ALEXANDER BRAIN, Windsor. Ont. (93) 

Mechanical. Kennedy C.I. 

Future;— Post graduate Studies at U. of T. Career in R.C.A.F. as 
Aeronautical Engineer. 



ROBERT GEORGE BRAMFITT, Toronto 

Engineering and Business, U.T.S.; Basketball; Squash. 
Future: — Engineering Firm. 



THOMAS SPEERS BRANDON. Regina, Sask. 
Chemical. 



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ALAN HARRY BRECHIN. Lansing, Ont. (96) 

Mining. Earl Haig C.I.; Mining and Metallurgy Club I-IV; .\le and 
Quail Club I-IV. 
Future; — Work in the "cold cold world". 



VERNON TIFFIN BREEN. Long Branch. Ont. 
Engineering and Business, Long Branch C.I. 



HARVEY BRENMAN, Toronto 
Mechanical, Harbord C.I. 
Future: — Entry into industry. 



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LOUIS FELICE BRESOLIN, Amherstburg, Ont. (99) 

Chemical Engineering. Assumption College; Industrial Chemical 
Club I-IV; Camera Club, Hart House III; Member Engineering 
Society; Engineering Institute of Canada; .Association of Professional 
Engineers of Ontario. 
Future: — Industrial career. 

DONALD AUSTIN BREWER, Calgary. Alta. (lOO) 

Aeronautical. Crescent Heights C.I.; Aero. Club; Minor League 
Basketball; Institute of the Aeronautical Sciences. 
Future: — $$$$ 



THOMAS JOHN BRIGGS, Fort Erie. Ont, (101) 

Mechanical, Fort Erie High; Mechanical Club: A.S.M.E.; Ontario 
.Association of Professional Engineers. 
Future; — Enter industry. 

JOSEPH JOHN BRIGHAM, Toronto (102) 

Mechanical, Waterdown High; The Varsity I- II; ToikeOike III- IV- 
Transaclions and Year Book III; 7.14 P.R.G.B. Club. ' 

Future: — To make monev. 



GEORGE C. BRITTON, Toronto 
Civil. 



RAYMOND BRITTON. Toronto 
Civil. Malvern C.I. 



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DOUGLAS AUSTIN BROOKS, Sherbrooke, Que. (105) 

Electrical. Sherbrooke High; House Chairman, Ajax II; S.P.S. 
Football I-III; Sports Committee, Ajax II; Inter-residence Sports. 
Future: — Communications Field of Engineering. 



ALBERT REED BROWN. Toronto 
Electrical, Kitchener Rehab. 
Future: — Professional Engineer. 



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JOHN EDWARD BROWN, Oshawa, Ont. (107) 

Mechanical, Oshawa C.I.; C.O.T.C; A.S.M.E. III-IV; Chess Club 
IH-IV; S.P.S. Basketball. 



PETER NORMAN BROWN, Windsor, Ont. 
Civil, WalkervilleC.I. 



R. B. BROWN 

Chemical. 



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ROBERT GORDON BROWN, Toronto 
Electrical, Central Tech. 



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RONALD MAXWELL BROWN, Leaside, Ont. (Ill) 

Mining. Riverdale C.L; 3 Yrs. Water polo; Swimming; Basketball 
and Rugby; Intercollegiate Water polo IL 
Future; — 1. Get married. 2. No other plans, have to graduate first. 



EDWARD ANTHONY BROWNLESS, Toronto 
Mining, Vaughan Rd. C.L; Senior S.P.S. Rugby IL 
Future: — Work in the Western oil fields. 



GEORGE McGEORGE BRUCE, Toronto 
Civil. Western Tech. 
Future: — Civil Engineer; 

DONALD MATTHEW BRYAN, Orangeville, Ont. 
Mechanical, Orangeville High. 
Future: — Employment. 

M. BRYSON 
Chemical. 



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JOHN GORDON BUCHANAN. Toronto (116) 

Engineering Physics, Western Tech.; Engineering Physics Club 1-IV; 
Ajax Basketball "B" II; Sr. S.P.S. Basketba'.l III. 
Future: — Post grad work. 

J.AMES HENRY BUCKERFIELD, Brace bridge. Ont. (117) 

Civil, Bracebridge High. 

CLAUS H. BUEHNER, Maryhill. Ont. (118) 

Civil, St. Jerome's College. Newman Club. 

RICHARD STEVENS BULLOCK. Niagara Falls. Ont. i; N (1 1<)) 
Electrical. St. Michael's; Inter-residence Basketball. Volleyball I-ll. 
Future: — Work in Industry. 

GEORGE RODERICK PETER BULMAN, Toronto (120) 

Electrical. I'pper Canada College. 
Future: — Power Engineering. 

MINOOS. BULSARA, Bombay. India » (121) 

Electrical, Bharda New High; .Associate Member of I.R.E. 
Future: — Join an industry (radio). 

MICHAEL ALEXANDER BURAK, Toronto (122) 

Civil, Parkdale High; Golf; Basketball; Weight-Lifting. 
Future; — Bridge Engineering. 

FRED GEORGE BURCHELL. Copper Cliff, Ont. (123) 

Mechanical, Copper Cliff High. 
Future: — Employment. 

W. M. TOMMY BURKE, Ottawa, Ont. (124) 

Engineering and Business, Lisgar C.L; House Chairman and Joint 
House Committee I; Hart House (.Ajax) House Committee II; 
Secretary-Treasurer of Class of 5T0 IV. 



B. D. BURN 
Mechanical. 



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JOHN ROGER BURN. Toronto (126) 

Chemical, Runnymede C.L; Industrial Chemical Club I-IV; Student 
Member, Association of Professional Engineers of the Province of 
Ontario; Skiing; Swimming; Tennis. 
Future: — Industry and marriage. 



ROYE GEORGE BURNFIELD, Nobleton, Ont. 
Civil, Weston C.V.S. 
Future: — Civil Engineer. 

HUNTLEY HENDERSON BUSH, Montreal. Que. 
Electrical. Montreal High. 
Future: — Work in industry. 



CLIFTON AUBREY BUTLER. Scarboro Bluffs, Ont. 
Electrical, Scarboro C.L; I.R.E. 



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GEORGE FRANKLIN BUTT. Huntsville. Ont. (130) 

Chemical Engineering, Huntsville High; Industrial Chemical Club 
I-IV. 
Future: — Get rich quick. 

KENNETH WILLIAM BUTTON. Welland, Ont. (131 ) 

Mechanical. Welland High; .Ajax Camera (ilub I; Mechanical Club; 
A.S.M.E. III-IV. 

Future: — Further study in business administration and industrial 
relations. 

MUNRO McKINLAY CAMERON, Toronto (132) 

Chemical Engineering. North Toronto C.L; Industrial Chemical 
Club I-IV; SkuleNite. 









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ARTHUR JAMES CAMPBKLI.. Winnipeg. Man. (133) 

Aeronautical. St. James C.I.; .Xeronautical Club; Institute .Aeronauti- 
cal Sciences; Toronto Gliding Club: 1\" .Aero. Basketball; Tennis. 
Future:— R.C. A. F. 



DOUGL.AS HUGH CAMPBELL. Port Dalhousie. Ont. (134) 

Mechanical, Victoria High; Soccer; .Ajax Glee Club; Badminton. 
Future: — Maintenance Engineer. 



GORDON DAVID CAMPBELL. Toronto 

Mechanical. Ridley College; 2nd Vice-President. 

Society' II; Swimming. 

Future: — Engineering sales and sales promotion. 



GORDON DOUGLAS CAMPBELL. Toronto 
Engineering and Business. Central Tech. 



JOHN HAROLD CANE, Toronto 
Mechanical. Lawrence Park C.I. 



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JOHN ORVAL CANN. Guelph. Ont. 
Electrical, Weston Vocational. 



WILBURT LEROV CANNIFF. Chatham. Ont. 
Chemical. Chatham C.I. 
Future: — Industrial Plastics at Bakelite Co. (Can. 



ARTHUR JAMES CANTLE. Toronto 

Civil. Oakwood High; Skule at Home; Skule Nite. 



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J.\CK: DONALD CAPE. Windsor, Ont. (141 ) 

Mechanical. Kennedy C.I.; Student member A.S.M.E. and Profes- 
sional Engineers of Ontario. 

DEAN FLOYD STANLEY C.AREW, Lindsay, Ont. (142) 

Chemical. Lindsay C.L; Chairman of Industrial Chemical Club IV; 
Rifle Club and Rifle Team; C.O.T.C.; Swimming. 
Future: — To make some money. 



L. CARIGNAN 
Mining Geology. 



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JAMES KEITH CARMAN, Hamilton. Ont. (144) 

Mechanical. Burlington High; Mechanical Club; Golf; Skiing; 
A.S.M.E. 
Future: — Industrial Engineering. 



STIART HENRY C. CARTER, Toronto 
Chemical, York Memorial C.I. 

WILLIAM JAME;S C.ASBURN. Hamilton, Ont. 
Mining Geology. Owen Sound C.I. 
Future: — Studying Sub-surface geology in Russia. 



CHARLES WILLIAM CASE, Chatham, Ont. 
Civil. Chatham C.I. 



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JACK GERALD CLINTON C.ASSAN. Campbellford. Ont. (148) 

Electrical. Campbellford High; Student Member .A.I.E.E. and 
-Association of Professional Engineers of Province of Ontario. 
Future; — Plan to enter public utilities field. 



GERALD EVERETT CASWELL, Timmins. Ont. 
Chemical. Carleton College. 
Future: — Petroleum process engineering. 



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ARNOLD C. CHADWICK. Portage la Prairie, Man. (150) 

Chemical. Portage C.L; Chess Club; Member of Church of All 
Nations; youth hostelling activities. 
Future: — Engineering and labour relations work. 



JAMES EGERTON CHALLIS. Toronto 
Mechanical. Danforth Tech. 
Future: — Expect to be working for Link- Belt Co. Ltd. 



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WALLACE GORDON CHALMERS. Toronto (152) 

Mechanical. Central Tech.; British Empire Motor Club; Canadian 
Auto Racing Society; S.A.E.; Ajax Soccer Team II. 
Future: — Automotive Design and Development. 

GORDON FELIX HESTRIN CHESS. St. Catharines, Ont. (153) 

Electrical. St. Catharines C.L; Student Member A.P.E.; Electrical 
Club. 
Future: — Service in R.C.E.M.E., Canadian Army (.Active). 



ARTHUR ALFRED CHIVERS-VVILSON, Port Arthur, Ont. 
Mechanical, Port .Arthur Tech. 
Future: — Engineering officer in R.C..A.F. 



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JOHN MICHAEL CHOROSTECKI, Sudbury, Out. (1551 

Mechanical, Sudbury High; Football Blues III-IV; S.P.S. Basketball 
I-IV; A.S.M.K. IV vear Rep. (Student Branch); Polish Students' 
Club III-IV. 



JOHN CLARABUT. Toronto 
Mechanical, Noranda High. 



STEPHEN CLARE, Toronto 
Electrical. Central Tech. 



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JOHN HAVES CLARK, Gait, Ont 
Mining, Kitchener-Waterloo C.I. 
Club (Permanent Executive). 
Future: — Pearson's Boss, 20 years hence. 



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WILLIAM JAMES LOUDON CLARK, Toronto SAX (154) 

Engineering and Business, Upper Canada College; President, Eng. 
Business Club I; President 4TQ II; Second Vice President Engineer- 
ing Society III; N.F.C.U.S. Rep. IV. 
Future:^Vague but hopeful. 

THOMAS ROBERT BOVS CLARKE, Toronto *rA (160) 

Engineering and Business, Lawrence Park C.I.; Engineering and 
Business Club I-IV; Engineering and Business Basketball III-IV; 
Skiing; Hockey, 
Future: — Engineering sales in industry. 



CHARLES HENRY CLEGHORN, Toronto 
Mechanical, East York C.I. 
Future: — Industrial Engineering. 



M. F. CLIFF 
Chemical. 



THOM.AS ROBERT CLIFT, Sarnia, Ont. 

Chemical. Sarnia C.I.; Industrial Chemical Club. 
Future: — Post grad (Business) U. of W. O. 



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DOC WARREN COATES, Newmarket, Ont. (164) 

Mining, .■\le and Quail Club; Mining and Metallurgy Club; Hockey, 
S.P.S. I; Watching girls' hockey games. 
Future: — Professional usher at the Casino, 

NORMAN FREDERICK CO.'XTES, Simcoe, Ont. (165) 

Mechanical, Simcoe High; Hart House Glee Club (."^jax). 

GRAHAM HERBERT COCK. Toronto (166) 

Electrical, North Toronto C.I. 
Future: — Sales Engineering. 

DONALD .\LLAN COCKBURN, Toronto (167) 

Mechanical. Malvern C.I.; .^.S.M.E.; Skule Nite. 
Future: — Sales Engineering. 

ERIC PHILIP COCKSHUTT. Brantford. Ont. (168) 

Mechanical, Brantford C.I.; Mechanical Club I-IV, Treasurer IV; 
Hart House .Ajax Glee Club II; Member, A.S.M.E. II-IV. 



J. L. COHRS 

Electrical. 



DANIEL P.ATRICK COLLINS, Peterborough. Ont. 
Civil. Peterborough C.I. 



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JOHN COMRIE, Minnedosa, Man. (171) 

Chemical, Minnedosa C.I.; Sr. S.P.S. Soccer; Intermediate Blues 
Soccer; U. of T. Rifle Association; Chapel Organist (Ajax).; Tennis. 
Future; — Industrial Employment. 



GEORGE WEBER CONGDON, Toronto 

Civil, Albert College, C.O.T.C; Class Rep. IV. 



CHARLES C. CONNOLLY. Banff, Alta. 
Mechanical. Banff High. 



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JOHN HAROLD COOK, Toronto (174) 

Civil, Humberside CI.; A good hockey, Rugby, Basketball and 
Lacrosse fan. 
Future; — Make a good engineer. I hope! 



R. E. H. COOKE 
Mechanical. 



JOHN GORDON COPELAND. Erin. Ont. 
Mining Geology. Erin Continuation. 
Future: — Post graduate. 



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JOHN LAWSON CORCORAN Toronto 
Electrical, Danforth Tech. 
Future: — Electrical Engineer. 



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BRUCE BURT CORDEN, Toronto B O H (178) 

Mining Geology, Bloor C.I.; 3 Years with Varsity Band. 
Future: — Post grad Work. 



ALLAN BURCH CORNELIUS, St. Catharines, Ont. 
Electrical, St. Catharines C.L 
Future : — Engineering. 



ALAN HENRY CORNISH, Orono, Ont. 
Mechanical. Orono C.L 
Future: — Any Available Employment. 



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JOHN ALPINE SCOTT COUSE, Cookstown, Ont. (181) 

Mechanical. Cookstown High; Vice-Chairman Mechanical Club I; 
Chairman Mechanical Club II; Skule Nite IV; 1st Vice-President 
Engineering Society IV. 
Future: — Sales Engineering. 

MERVYN AUSTIN COUSE. Hamilton, Ont. (182) 

Civil, Central C.L; Skule Nite Stage Crew III; Stage Manager IV. 

CHARLES ARTHUR COVER, Long Branch, Ont, (183) 

Electrical, Track; Tennis; Bridge Club. 
Future: — Electrical Engineer Power. 

THOM.AS FREDERICK CRAMER, Toronto (184) 

Mechanical, Vaughan Road C.L; Skule Nite III-IV. 

jack: WILBUR CR.AVEN, Hamilton, Ont. AXA (185) 

Metallurgy, Central C.L 
Future: — To become a tycoon in titanium. 

DON.A.LD RAYMOND CR.-VWFORD, Tillsonburg, Ont. (186) 

Chemical, Woodstock C.L; Rifle Club III; Swimming; S.E.I.C. 
Future; — Process Engineering. 

LENO ANTONY CREMA, Coniston, Ont. (187) 

Mechanical, Sudbury High; Member of .A.S.M.E.; S.P.S. Hockey 
Team. 



WALTER HARVEY CROMPTON. St. Catharines, Onf. (188) 

Engineering Physics, St. Catharines C.L 



L.-^WRENCE BERKLEY CROSSING, Toronto 
Civil, Runnymede C.L 



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GUY GARFIELD CROSWELL, Smooth Rock Falls, Ont. (190) 

Electrical, Smooth Rock Falls Continuation; Sub-Lieut. Royal 
Canadian Navy. 
Future: — Permanent Navy Electrical Officer. 

GORDON ANDREW CRUSE, Saskatoon, Sask. (191) 

Engineering and Business, Bedford Road C.L; Golf; Badminton; 
Tennis. 
Future: — Industrial Engineering. 

DONALD CAMERON CULLINGHAM, Toronto (192) 

Chemical Engineering, Norvoc C.L; Team Captain, U. of T. Rifle 
.'Association III-IV; Manager, Skule Lacrosse II-IV; Ajax Dramatic 
Society I; C.O.T.C. I. 
Future: — Work. 



ALBERT DOUGL.'VS D. CUMMINGS, Toronto (193) 

Mechanical, Jarvis C.L; Mechanical Club I-IV; Sailing Club III-IV; 
Athletic Rep. Ajax II; Freshman Harrier Interfaculty Champs. I; 
Junior Harrier Interfaculty Champs III; .-Ajax Inter-residence Track 
Champs I. 
Future: — Business Administration — Queens. 



BRUCE FREDERICK CUMMINGS. Ottawa, Ont. (194) 

Civil. Nepean High; Senior Interfaculty Hockey; Member Civil 
Basketball Minor League Champs; Sr. Intercollegiate Football. 

DAVID H. H. CUNNINGHAM, Toronto (195) 

Chemical, Central Tech.; C.O.T.C. (R.C.A.S.C.) I-II. 



JOHN SCOTT CUNNINGHAM, Toronto (196) 

Engineering and Business, Vaughan Road C.L 
Future: — Production Engineering. 



CALVIN ROBERT CUPP, Toronto (197) 

Metallurgy, Riverdale C.L 
Future: — Preferred orientation . . . Possibly in a bread line! 



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WALTER CURLOOK;. Collision. Ont. (198) 

Metallurgy, Sudbury High; Mining and Metallurgy Club I- IV; Vice- 
Chairman 111; Ukrainian Students Club III IV; Treasurer IV. 
Future: — Interested in Post grad work and women. 

MARION GERALDINE CURRIE. Toronto P <I> H (1<)9) 

Electrical. Lawrence Park C.I.; School Nile HI; Golf. 



ROBERT WILLIAM CURRIER, Preston, Ont. 
Engineering and Business, Preston High. 

D.WID BEATTV CURRY. Toronto 
Civil. Oakwood C.I. 



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THOM.\S JAMES CURTIS, South Porcupine. Ont. (202) 

Civil, Timmins High; Secretary-Treasurer, West 5 .Ajax II; C.O.T.C. 
11-IV. 
Future: — Civil Engineering. 

GEORGE HARDING CUTHBERTSON, Toronto (203) 

Mechanical. U.T.S. ; Commodore. U. of T. Sailing Club; Member of 
Intercollegiate Champion Sailing Team. -(Two Vears). 
Future: — Obscure and undecided. 

JAMES FRANCIS CUTLER. Hamilton, Ont. (204) 

Mechanical, Westdale C.I.; Newman Club; Mechanical Club; 
Tennis; Skiing; A.S.M.E. ; .^matetir Photography. 
Future: — Heating Engineer. 

ROY AUSTIN D.AHMER, Kitchener. Ont. (205) 

Mechanical, Kitchener Waterloo C.I.; Bridge Club. 
Future: — Work in Kitchener. 

WILLI.AM EDW.\RD HUNTER DALE, Brampton, Ont. (206) 

Metallurgy. Brampton High. 
Future: — 9 — 5. 5 days a week, a nice home and family, and rest. 

IAN ROBERT DALTON, Toronto (207) 

Electrical, U.T.S.; Electrical Club; A.I.E.E. Student Branch; 
Tennis; Squash; Art; Music. 
Future: — Post grad work (Doctor Science) at M.I.T. 

PETER DANCIU. Hamilton. Ont. (208) 

Electrical. Westdale Tech.; Vice-President. President, Missionary 
Rep. of Varsity and Ajax Christian Fellowships; Counsellor, .-\jax 
Chapel; .-Xjax Bowling (^hamps I; House-Secretary 723 Ajax I. 
Future: — Electronic Engineering. 



JOSEPH D.JiNIELS, Toronto 
Mechanical, Harbord C.I. 
Future: — Excelsior. 



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REGINALD HARVEY DARKE, Windsor, Ont. (210) 

Electrical. Patterson C.I.; Manager Ajax Track and Field Teams II; 
Debates Club III-IV; U. of T. Rifle .Association I-IV; Member 
"Skule Nite" Cast III. 

Future: — Work on Industrial Electronics. Eventual Post grad at 
U. of T. 



JOHN LEON.ARD DATE, Sarnia. Ont. 
Chemical Engineering, Sarnia C.I. 



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ALLAN PHILIP DAVID. Cochrane. Ont. (212) 

Chemical Engineering. Cochrane High; Association of Professional 
Engineers; Camera Club. 

WILLIAM DON.ALD DAVIDSON. Toronto (213) 

Engineering and Business. Parkdale C.I. 

Future: — Methods Research Robt. Simpson Co. or Post graduate 
work. 

CLARK BAIN D.'WIS. Pittsburg. Pa. A A * (214) 

Civil, Forest Hill C.I.; Civil Club I-IV; Treasurer Civil Club III; 
Water polo III; Volleyball IV; Skule Nile IV; Softball. 
Future: — Pulp and Paper and C.E. with Bells. 

HAROLD BRUCE DAVIS (21.S) 

Civil, James Madison High; President 5T0 II-IV; House Chairman, 
Housemaster Ajax I-Il; Committees: School Dinner II; Vice- 
Chairman SchooI-at-Home III; School Nite IV; Civil Club Executive 
III. 
Future: — Engineering and Philosophy. 

JAMES LAWLOR D.'WIS, Appleton, Wis. (216) 

Chemical, St. Michael's College; Industrial Chemical Club — Class 
Representative; Inter Residence Basketball and Volleyball at .Ajax. 



HAROLD JAMES DAWE, Toronto 
Civil, Earl HaigC.I. 



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GEORGE H. M. DEFOSSE. Buenos .Aires. Argentina (218) 

Aeronautical. Spanish Club I. Ill; -Ajax Representative II; Newman 
Club II-IV; Institute of Aeronautical Sciences: Sr. Skule Soccer and 
Water polo III-IV; Tennis II-III. 
Future: — Back home for a little rest, then post graduate work. 



FRANK LLOYD DEL.AVIGNE. Toronto . 
Civil. East York C.I. 
Future: — Career as Civil Engineer. 



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JOSEPH DENNIS, Dunnville, Ont. (220) 

Chemical Engineering, Dunnville High; Industrial Chemistry Club 

Future: — Several years of industrial work followed by further study. 



WILLIAM GILBERT DEUEL, Toronto 
Electrical, Northern Vocational. 
Future: — Considering Sales Engineering as a start. 



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W.'VLTER CYRIL DIAKOW, Toronto (222) 

Civil, Central Tech.; President, U.S.C. Ill; Vice-President Class STO 
IV; Chairman C.O.T.C. Ball Committee IV; International Ball 
Committee III; Business Manager A.U.U.C. String Orchestra IV. 
Future: — Corporation Law. 

HARRY BRIAN DICKENS, Toronto (223) 

Civil, Class Rep. IV Civil; Table Tennis; Squash. 
Future: — To keep beating Bill Bidulka at Squash. 

JOHN ALEXANDER DICKER, Toronto (224) 

Electrical, Timmins High. 

DONALD KEITH DICKEY, Hornepayne, Ont. (225) 

Mechanical, Hornepayne C.I.; A.S.M.E.; Mechanical Club. 

VERNON ELLIOTT DICKSON, Regina, Sask. (226) 

Electrical, Electrical Club IV. 

WILLIAM HAROLD DINGLE, Calgary. Alta, (227) 

Engineering Physics. 

GORDON PATERSON DOBBIN, Leaside. Ont. (228) 

Civil, Albert College. 

J. DOLOWITZ (229) 

Mechanical. 

A. B. DONALDSON (230) 

Electrical. 



BERNARD VINCENT DONNELLY, Westport, Ont. (231) 

Mechanical. Newman Club; .^.S.M.E. 

HUBERT GRAHAM DONOGHUE, Ogdensburg. N.Y. (232) 

Mining. St. Andrews College; Ale and Quail Club; Mining and 
Metallurgy Club. 
Future; — Watching Girls' Hockey Games. 



FRANCIS PETER DONOVAN, Toronto 
Chemical, Central Tech. 



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WALTER GERRET DORLAND. Toronto (234) 

Electrical. East York C.I.; Student Member of .^.I.E.E.; Association 
of Professional Engineers of the Province of Ontario. 
Future: — Professional Engineer. 



JOHN WILLIAM DORREPAAL. Windsor. Ont. 
Mechanical, Windsor C.I.; I.V.C.F. I-IV. 
Future: — Industrial Engineering. 



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FREDERICK KENNETH DOTY, Toronto (236) 

Civil, Parkdale C.I.; Civils Basketball Team, Minor League Champs 
III; Varsity Blues 1946; Toronto Argos 1945-47-48-49. 



MURRAY CAMPBELL DOUGLAS, Toronto 

Civil, Western Tech.; Civil Basketball Champs III. 
Future: — Construction Engineering. 



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ANDREW ROBERTSON CRAWFORD DOW. Toronto (238) 

Electrical. Central Tech.; Y.M.C.A. Gymnasium and Saturday Nite 
Dance Club; Piano Playing. 
Future: — To practise profession of engineering. 



GORDON BEVERLEY DOWDELL, Toronto 
Civil, Central Commerce. 



J. WILLIAM P. DRAPER, Toronto 

Engineering and Business, Trinity College School. 
Future: — Sales Engineering Automotive Industry. 



JAMES DOUGALL DRUMMOND. Willowdale, Ont. 
Civil, Oshawa C.I. 



GRANT LAWRENCE DUFF, Toronto 
Civil, Jarvis C.I. 
Future: — Doubtful! 



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HARRY GRENVILLE DUFF. Cooksville. Ont. (243) 
Chemical Engineering, Port Credit C.I.; Industrial Chemical I-IV. 

SIDNEY MILES DUFFUS, Moose Jaw, Sask. (244) 

Electrical, Colfax High; I.S.S. Executive I-II; Vice-President II at 
University of Saskatchewan. 

DANIEL PAUL DUFFY, Toronto (24.5) 
Electrical, St. Michael's College. 

CHARLES EDWARD DUKE. Toronto (246) 
Mining Geology. Malvern C.I. 



HARRY BLAKE DULMAGE. Picton, Ont. (247) 

Electrical. Picton C.I.; I.R.E.; E.l.C. 
Future: — Work for a year or two and do some post grad work. 



DOUGLAS DEAN DUNBAR. Calgary. Alta. (248) 

Civil. Ex-member of C.O.T.C; R.C.E. 
Future: — Engineer with Imperial Oil Co. in Alberta. 



WILLL\M ANNAN DUNBAR. Toronto (249/ 

Mechanical. Riverdale C.I.; Hunting; Fishing; and Skiing. 
Future: — Post grad work. 



WILLIAM BLAKE DUNCAN. Hamilton. Ont. A X A (2.S0) 

Engineering and Business. Central C.I.; Treasurer, AXA; Bridge; 
A.S.M.E. 
Future: — Production — Probably Steel. 



WILLIAM NEVILLE DUNCAN. Toronto (251) 

Mining. Malvern C.I.; M. and M. Club; Interested spectator and 
poor speculator. 

Future: — To organize a mythical company with other peoples' real 
money. 



ALLAN CARLTON DUNK. Toronto 
Mechanical. London Central C.I. 
Future: — Post graduate Studies. 



RAE JOSEPH DUNN. Niagara Falls. Ont. 
Electrical. Stamford C.I. 



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JOHN DAVID DURE, Fort William. Ont. 2 N (254) 

Engineering Physics. Fort William Vocational; Gatineau Gliding 
Club; Avro and Kingston Flying Clubs; Canadian Association of 
Physicists; Skiing. 
Future: — Post grad and Research Work. 



NELSON DOUGLAS DURIE. Port Credit. Ont. (255) 

Chemical. Port Credit C.I.; Industrial Chemistry Club I-IV; 
Camera Club II; Fencing Club (Ajax) II. 

Future: — Work in Chemical plant; later, formation of small manu- 
facturing company. 



IAN R. DUTTON, Birtle. Man. 
Engineering Physics. Birtle High. 



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WILLIAM BRUCE DYER, Toronto 
Mining Geology. Lawrence Park C.I. 
Future: — Petroleum and Natural Gas Geology — Probably with 
Union Gas Co. — Chatham. 



CARL THOMPSON DYMENT. Toronto 
Electrical. Westdale C.I.; Sports; Music. 
Future: — Practising Engineer. 



WALTER DZURMAN. Toronto 
Chemical Engineering, De La Salle. 



KEITH WRAY EASSON. Kitchener. Ont. 
Electrical, Kitchener-Waterloo C.I. 



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GUNNSTEIN VINCENT EASTMAN, Winnipeg, Man. (261) 

Aeronautical. Daniel Mclntyre C.I.; Member — Institute of the 
.'Xeronautical Sciences. 



DAVID HENRY E.-\SUN, Mimico. Ont. 
Electrical. 



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JACK JOHN McARTHUR E.\TON. Toronto (263) 

Engineering and Business. Waterdown High; Secretary-Treasurer 
Residence 731 .^jax II; A.S.M.E.; E.l.C. 
Future: — Confidential. 




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JAMES CARSON EDGAR. Toronto (264) 

Mechanical, Lawrence Park C.L; Vice-Chairman A.S.M.E. Ill- 

Chairman A.S.M.E. IV. ' 
Future: — Laundry and Dry Cleaning. 



EDWARD HARRY EDGE, Toronto 
Engineering Physics, Scarboro C.I. 
Future: — Professional Employment. 



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JAMES DAVID EDGERLEY, Toronto (266) 

Mining. Girls' Hockey; Enthusiastic Rugby Supporter; Permanent 
Membership in Ale and Quail Club. 
Future: — Take the road to Rouyn. 

ROBERT WILLIAM EDMUNDS, Richmond Hill. Ont. (267) 

Chemical, Richmond Hill High; Student Member of the Engineering 
Institute of Canada. 
Future: — Director E.I. du Pont de Nemours and Co. 



MORAY CLEMENT EDWARDS, Toronto 
Civil, ParkdaleC.I. 
Future: — Skule Dean. 

CONRAD HARRY EIDT, Niagara Falls, Ont. 
Civil, Hanover High. 
Future: — Town Planning. 



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THEO ELIDOROS. Winnipeg, Man. (270) 

Mechanical, Daniel Mclntyre C.L; Skule Nite III-IV; Hockey. 
Future: — I lost my crystal ball! 



WILLIAM EDWARD GORDON ELLIS. Toronto 
Electrical, Lawrence Park C.I. 
Future: — Practise Engineering. 



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CHARLES EDWARD ELLS. Canard, N.S. (272) 

Engineering Physics. Kings County Academy; Chairman House 
Committee Res. 743 II. 



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Honorary 



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R. G. ELLS 
Mechanical. 

FRANK VICTOR EMERY. Toronto 
Electrical. Rehab. 
Future: — Practice of Engineering in Industry. 

L.AWRENCE CRAIG ERWIN. Ottawa. Ont. 
Mechanical. Lisgar C.I. 
Future: — Going on one month's holiday. 

DAVID A. ETHERINGTON. Toronto' 

Electrical, Jarvis C.L; Member Ajax Chess Club I-II; 
Member .Ajax Rod, Gun, and Poker Club II. 
Future: — Seeking Northwest Passage. 

LLOYD FREDERICK ETHERINGTON, Stratford, Ont. 
Mechanical, Stratford C.V.I. ; Mechanical Club; A.S.M.E. 

DENIS ROBERT EVANS, Toronto e A X (278) 

Engineering and Business, U.T.S.; Basketball; Golf; Skiing; Glee 
Club; Hart House; House Executive. 
Future: — Enter industrial engineering field. 

EDWARD DAVID EVANS. Toronto (279) 

Civil. East York C.L; Ajax Interfaculty Soccer I-II (Champs); 
Senior Blues Soccer III-IV; Captain IV. 

HERBERT WILLIAM EVANS, Timmins, Ont. (280) 

Chemical, Timmins High; Industrial Chemistry Club I-I\^ Track IV. 

ROYSTON JAMES EVANS, Hamilton, Ont. (281 ) 

Mechanical. Central C.L; Mechanical Club; House Committee; 
University Residences. 
Future:— R.C.E.M.E. (.\rmy). 

BRIAN BENTHAM EVEREST, Bourlamaque, Que. (282) 

Chemical. T.C.S. ; Industrial Chemical Club; English Rugger. 
Future: — To make a million. 

R. B. FAHRIG (283) 

Mining. 

WILLIAM ANGUS F.ALCONER, Winnipeg, Man. (284) 

Engineering Physics. St. James C.L; Engineering Society; Engineer- 
ing Physics Club; Ontario Professional Engineers. 

WILLIAMGEORGEDEVEYFARMER, Ottawa. Ont. AKE (285) 
Aeronautical. Upper Canada College; Aero Club I-IV; Flying Club I; 
Institute of Aero Sciences III-IV. 
Future: — Work at Canadair in Montreal. 

WILLIAM BALL FARNELL. Toronto (286) 

■ Electrical, North Toronto C.L; S.P.S. Lacrosse II; Squash; Student 

Member E.I.C.; Toronto Railway Club. 

Future: — Transportation Engineering Work. 

DONALD KENNETH FAURSCHOU. Winnipeg. Man. (287) 

Metallurgy, Gordon Bell High. 

&T.\NLEY FEDIOW. Toronto (288) 

Mechanical. Parkdale C.I. 



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ERNEST DONALD FEDRYK. Yorkton. Sask. (289) 

Electrical. Yorkton C.I.; House Committee I. II; Kx-Service Com- 
mittee I; N.F.C.U.S. II; Electrical Club I-III; Debates Chairman 
II-IV; U.T.D.U. IV; E.I.C. Publicity Director IV. 
Future: — Practise Engineering. 

ANTHONY JOHN FELICE. St. Catharines. Out. (290) 

Engineering Physics. St. Catharines C.I.; Engineering Physics Club 
I-IV; Student Christian Movement discussion group III-IV; .^rt 
Class II-IV. 



FRANK DOUGLAS FERGUSON. Peterborough. Ont. 
Ceramics. Madoc High; Ceramic Club; Camera Club. 



MAC BURTON FERGUSON. Mt. Forest, Ont. (292) 

Chemical Engineering. Mt. Forest C.I. 
Future: — Work in Industry. 

DUDLEY P. FERNANDES. Georgetown, British Guiana (293) 

Chemical. Industrial Chemical Club I-IV; Gymnastics IV. 

ROBERT GORDON FERRIER. Toronto (294) 

Civil. Runnymede C.I. 

THOM.A.S ERNEST FERRIS. Windsor. Ont. (295) 

Chemical. Patterson C.I.; Industrial Chemical Club. 
Future: — Work in Industry. 

JAMES AUSTIN FIELD. Kingsville, Ont. (296) 

Mining. Kingsville High; M. and M. Club I-IV; Newman Club IV. 

WILLIAM JOHN FILKIN. Toronto (297) 

Electrical. Oakvvood C.I.; Amateur Radio Club III; Camera Club 
III. 



JACQUES HENRI FILTE.AU. Toronto 
Civil, Laval. 



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WILLIAM A. FIRSTBROOK. Toronto (302) 

Engineering and Business. U.T.S.; R.C.Y.C.; Toronto Skating (ilub; 
A.S.Q.C; Ste. Mary's River Boat Club; Skiing; .\thletic Rep. IV. 
Future: — Field of Engineering production and sales in the steel 
industry. 



DAVID GORDON FINDLAV. Carleton Place. Ont. 

Mechanical. Carleton Place High; S.P.S. Harrier; Bag Pipes. 



JAY CARROLL FINNAN. Willovvdale. Ont. 

Electrical, Earl Haig C.I.; Interested in Amateur Radio. 



JOHN ROBERT FINNIMORE. Toronto 
Civil. Rehab. 



NORMAN FIRTH. Hamilton. Ont. 
Mining Geology. Hamilton (Central C.I. 

JOHN CLINTON FISHER. Toronto 
Chemical Engineering. Vaughan C.I. 



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JOHN WATSON FISHER. Stoney Creek. Ont. (305) 

Metallurgy. Saltfleet High; A.S.M.; C.I.M.M.; Member of Loose 
Moose International. 
Future: — Technical Sales. 



JOHN EDWARD FITZGERALD. Windsor, Ont. 
Mechanical. Patterson C.I. 
I'uture: — Sales Engineering. 

L. C. W. FLEMING 
Electrical 



J. FOORT 
Chemical. 



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EDGERTON DENNIS FORSYTH. Toronto (309) 

Electrical. East York C.I.; A.I.E.E. Student Member: .Ass'n. 
Professional Engineers. Province of Ontario. 

SAM JOHN FOX. Oshawa. Ont. (310) 

Electrical. Oshawa C.I.; I.R.E.; A.I.E.E.; Executive of Electrical 
Club on two occasions. 



HUGH RUMBALL ERASER. Toronto 
Engineering and Business. U.C.C. 
Future: — Employment in Western Canada. 

JOHN CAMPBELL FR.ASER. Scarboro. Ont 
Chemical. Industrial Chemical Club. 
Future: — Sales for sure!! 



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JOHN PALMER FRASER. Toronto (313) 

Chemical. Kelvin Tech. (Winnipeg); Industrial Chemical Club. 
Future: — Make a living and retire. 



WILLIAM FORSYTH ERASER. Lambeth, Ont. (314) 

Chemical. Delaware Continuation. Industrial Chemical Club. 



WILLIAM THOMAS ERASER. Toronto (315) 

.Aeronautical, Westmount High. 



RAY A. FREBERG. Herschel. Sask. (316) 

Mining Geology. Herschel High. 
Future: — Working with W. J. F. Casburn. 



WILLIAM FR:eEMAN, Union of South .\frica. (317) 

Engineering Physics. 



GLEN ELLIOTT FRENCH. Dresden. Ont. (318) 

Civil. Dresden Continuation; Glee Club. 
Future: — Municipal Engineering. 



JAMES EDWARD FRENCH. Toronto (319) 

Mechanical. Danforth Tech.; School Swim Team III. 
Future: — To lead an interesting life until I die. 

DONALD KENNETH FRID, Hamilton, Ont. AT (320) 

Civil, Westdale C.I. 

SOLOMON FRIENDLY, Toronto (321) 

Mechanical. Jarvis C.I.; Chariot Racing; Infernal Machine Building; 
Goal post defending; Advice to the Lovelorn. 

Future: — Marital adviser to Dorothy Dix. Music critique for the 
"Comique Casino". 

EDWARD WILLIAM FRYDAY. Toronto (322) 

Mechanical. Rehab. 
Future: — Engaging in Industrial Mechanical Engineering. 

JOHN STAFFORD FULTON. Toronto (323) 

Electrical. North Toronto C.I. 
Future: — Practise the profession of Electrical Engineering. 

JOSEPH FURROW. Winnipeg. Man. (324) 

Electrical. 
Future: — Electrical Engineering. 

MURRAY TEMPLETON GALBRAITH. Woodbridge. Ont. (325) 
Northern Vocational; Skule Swimming Team I. 
Future: — P^ngineering in Transportation Vehicles. 

GEORGE STANLEY GALLEY. Thistletown. Ont. (326) 

Civil. East York C.I. 
Future: — Construction Engineering Branch R.C.A.F. 

SAM GALPER. Ramat-Gan. Israel. (327) 

Mechanical, Herzelia High; Camera Club II-IV. 
Future: — Industrialist. 



FRASER ERIC HUME GARDNER. St. Catharines. Ont. (328) 

Civil. St. Catharines C.I.; Civil Club I-IV; Badminton Club III; 
Volleyball IV. 
Future: — Construction Work. 



J.-\CK: BARKER GARNETT. Port Hope, Ont. (329) 

Civil, Port Hope C.I.; Hart House Glee Club; Ajax I-II; Toronto IV. 

ROBERT ERNEST GATES. Fort William, Ont. (330; 

Engineering Physics. Fort William C.I.; Engineering Physics Club) 
Associate Member Institute of Radio Engineers. 
Future: — Radio Industry. 



D. V. GEARY 
Mechanical. 



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VERN.AL C.-XMERON GERM.AN, Windsor. Ont. (332) 

Chemical. Walkerville C.I.; Industrial Chemical Club III; Secretary- 
Treasurer. Hart Hou.se Ajax II; House Committee; Camera Club. 
Future: — Technical Sales or Public Relations. 

RONALD JAMES GERRY. Toronto (333) 

Ceramics. Runnymede C.I.; Ceramic Club II-III; Ajax Inter- 
residence Hockey Champions I-II.; S.P.S. Hockey Seconds III. 



RONALD C. GETTY, Wheatley, Ont. 
Civil, Wheatley High. 



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HOWARD SUMMKRS GIBSON. Ottawa, Ont. (335) 

Civil, Glebe C.I.; Civil Club I-IV. 

Future: — Topographical Survey, Dept. Mines and Resources, 
Ottawa. 



WALTER MATTHEW GIBSON, Toronto (336) 

Aeronautical, Lawrence Park C.I.; Sr. S.P.S. Rugby III-IV; Hockey 
S.P.S. III-IV; Aero Basketball III-IV; Institute of Aeronautical 
Sciences; Aeronautical Club. 



KENNETH JAMES GILBERT. Toronto 
Civil, Rehab. 



LEONARD HENRY GILBERT, Toronto 
Electrical, Harrier; Tennis. 



ROY GERALD GILBERT, Windsor, Ont. 
Mechanical, Windsor C.I. 



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ROBERT JAMES GILES. Drayton. Ont. (340) 

Chemical, Fergus High; Industrial Chemical Club; Interested in 
Golf and Photography. 
Future: — Retirement. 



SEVERS EDWARD GILL, Toronto 
Electrical. Earl Haig C.L 



ROBERT EDGAR GILPIN. Berkeley. Ont. 

Mechanical, Markdale High; Mechanical Club I-I\^ 



JOHN ALVIN GINGRICH. Hespeler, Ont. 

Electrical, Preston High; Piano; Reading; Music. 



REYNARD WALTER GINGRICH. Kitchener, Ont. 
Chemical. Guernsey High; Industrial Chemical Club. 
Future: — Sales I hope! 



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HERBERT EDWARD GLADISH, Ottawa, Ont. (345) 

Mechanical. North Toronto C.L; A.S.M.E.; Ajax Glee Club I; 
Basketball I; Skule Nite III-IV; E.I.C. 



WILLIAM MURRAY GLAZIER, Haileybury, Ont. 
Mining. Haileybury High. 



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JOHN CHARLES GLE.ASON, Hamilton, Ont. (347) 

Mining. Saltfleet High; President, Loose Moose International; 
C.I.M.M. 



DONALD G. G. GLEN, Rio De Janeiro, Brazil K A (348) 

Metallurgy, Oundle High. Northamptonshire. England; English 
Rugby II-IV; Soccer IV; Hart House and College Dramatics III-IV; 
Secretary College Dramatic Society; .Ajax Arts Committee Secretary 
I-II. 
Future: — Vague — Intend to lead a useful life somewhere. 



JOHN GOBERIS. Toronto 
Mechanical, Central Tech. 



GORDON WILLIAM GOETTLER, Palmerston, Ont. 
Mining Geology. Palmerston High. 
Future: — Working with J. B. McClusky. 



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MICHAEL STEPHEN GOMBITA. New Toronto, Ont. (351) 

Engineering Physics. Mimico C.L; Hart House Chess Club I-IV; 
Committee Member IV; Hockey; Tennis; Squash. 

JOHN ALFRED GOODIER, Amherstburg. Ont. (352) 

Electrical, General Amherst High; Inter- Residence Basketball Ajax. 
Future: — Communications Engineering. 



GR.\NT LECKIE GOODING. Toronto 
Civil, Lawrence Park C.L 
Future: — Post grad work at Toronto. 



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ALAN RICHARD GOODLEY. Toronto (354) 

Mechanical. Rehab.; .A.S.M.E.; Mechanical Club; .Association of 
Professional Engineers of Ontario. 
Future: — Entry into Industry. 



JOHN ROY GOODYEAR, Stratford. Ont. 
Electrical. Stratford C.L 



J. C. GORDON 
Mining. 



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WILLIAM GORMICK, Toronto 
Metallurgy, Central Tech. 



IAN HOWES GRAHAM, Toronto 
Electrical. Forest Hill C.I. 



PKTER JOHN GRAHAM, Toronto 
Engineering Physics, Scarboro C.I. 



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SYDNEY HARRY GR.A.NT, Toronto 
Mechanical, Rehab. A.S.M.E. 
Future: — Raising a family and keeping a roof over my family's head 



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NORMAN GREENSPOON, Toronto (368) 

Chemical Harbord C.I.; Industrial Chemical Club I-IV; Assoc, of 
Professional Engineering for Ontario; Hillel. 
Future; — To be an engineer. 

STANLEY RAYMOND GREENWOOD, Toronto (369) 

Electrical. Riverdale C.I.; Electrical Club I-IV; Engineering Society. 
Future: — Post grad work at M.I.T. 

DAVID NORMAN GREEY. Toronto ZM' (370) 

Mechanical, Upper Canada College; Golf Team; Squash Committee 
IV. 

DONALD ORVAL GREGORY. Toronto (371) 

Mechanical. Danforth Tech.; Played on winning interfaculty Basket- 
ball Teams I-II. 
Future: — No immediate future plans. 



KENNETH PETER GRAY. Vancouver, B.C. 
Electrical. 



RALPH LEONARD GRAY, Alvinston, Ont. 
Civil, Petrolia High. 

REGINALD SIDNEY GRAY, Toronto 
Electrical, Western Tech. 
Future: — Practise Electrical Engineering — power. 



EDWARD WILTON GREEN, Toronto 
Electrical, U,T,S. 



KENNETH GEORGE GREEN, Stouffville, Ont. 
Electrical. Stouffville High. 
Future: — Electrical Engineer. 



J. P. K. GREENE 
Mechanical. 



R. D. GREENE 
Mechanical. 



GORDON RANDOLPH GRIFFIN. Toronto 
Mechanical, Belleville C.l. 
Future: — Employment in the engineering field. 



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DOUGLAS HAIG GRUNDY. Hamilton, Ont, (373) 

Aeronautical, Westdale C.L; Aero Club I-IV; Model Club I-IV; 
.Aero "Noon" Bridge Club IV; Institute of .Aeronautical Sciences III- 
IV; Ont. .Association of Professional Engineers I-II. 
Future: — Leader of Industry. 

GEORGE ALBION GUEST, Ottawa, Ont. (374) 

Electrical, Saskatoon Tech.; Engineering Physics Club I; Electrical 
Club II-IV. 
Future: — To enter the public utility field. 



ISEO LOUIS GUIDOLIN, Weston, Ont. 

Mechanical. Drumheller High; Bowling; Cycling; Skating. 



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ERIK RUEBEN GUSTAFSON, Fort Frances, Ont. (376) 

Mechanical, Fort Francis High; A.S.M.E.; Ajax Flying Club I-II; 
Hockey I-II. 
Future: — Heating. Air Conditioning and Ventilation Field if possible. 

WILLIAM .TAMES NEVILLE HAGGINS, Cottam. Ont. (377) 

Mechanical. Essex High; Bridge Club; Mechanical Club; Engineering 
Physics Club. 
Future: — To practise Engineering and play bridge. 



DONALD D.AVID HAIG. Midland, Ont. 

Electrical, Midland High; Social Rep.. Res. W33. Ajax I. 
Future: — To be able to smoke tailor-mades! 



NORMAN ROBERT HAIN. Toronto 
Mechanical. Humberside C.I. 



STEPHEN VINCENT H.AJDASZ. Toronto 
Electrical. St. Michael's; Polish Students' Club. 



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RICHARD DONALD HAKE. Toronto (381) 

Aeronautical Engineering, Danforth Tech.; Institute of .Aeronautical 
Sciences; .-Aeronautical Club III-IV; .Vero. Basketball. 
Future: — Share the wealth. 



CHARLES HERBERT BLAIR HALL, Scarboro Ont. (382) 

Mechanical. Scarboro C. I. 



.JOHN GARDNER HALL. Toronto (383) 

Mechanical. North Toronto C.I.; Sport, Scjuash Racquets. 
Future: — Mechanical Engineering. 

REA PRICHARD HALL. Montreal, Que. (384) 

Electrical, Lawrence Park C.I. 
Future: — Electrical Industry. 



GEORGE ROBERT HAMBLETON, Vineland, Ont. (38.S) 

Electrical, Beamsville High. 

KENNETH PETER HAMBLY. Toronto (386) 

Mechanical. Central Tech.; Tennis; Track. 
Future: — Production Engineering. 

EDWARD K. F. HAMMOND. Mount Brydges. Ont. (387) 

Engineering Physics. Wallaceburg High; Engineering Physics Club 
I-IV; Vice President I; Member C.A.P.; I.R.E. 
Future: — Post grad Electronics. McGill. 

HERBERT ARTHUR HANCOCK. Toronto (388) 

Metallurgy, .larvis C.I.; S.P.S. Basketball. 
Future: — I hope to graduate and step into a well paying job. 

JAMES TERENCE HANES. Toronto (389) 

Electrical, Lawrence Park C.L; Pipe Band II-IV. 

JAMES E. HANNA. Ottawa, Ont. (390) 

Aeronautical Engineering, Glebe C.L; Ajax Flying Club I-II; 
Secretary Treasurer I-II; Institute .Aeronautical Sciences II-IV; 
.Aero Club I-IV; R.C.A.F. University Flight III-IV. 

EDWARD JOSEPH THEODORE HANSEN, Toronto (391) 

Mechanical, Kemptville High; .Ajax Glee Club; S.P.S. IV; Basketball 
C.O.T.C. (R.C.E.M.E.) 
Future: — A.V. Roe Gas Turbine Division. 



R. A. HARBIN (392) 

Electrical. 



STUART EDWARD HARDING. Toronto (393) 

Mechanical, Rehab. 
Future: — Career in Hydraulics. 



BEVERLY MASSEY HARDY. Ottawa. Ont. (394) 

Engineering Physics, Glebe C.L; Class Representative II. 

PAUL KENNETH HARLEN. Sarnia. Ont. (395) 

Mechanical. General Amherst High. 
Future: — Law Degree at Osgoode. 

H. G. HARPER (396) 

Mining Geology. 

ALAN JAMES HARRIS. Ottawa. Ont. (397) 

Chemical Engineering. Ottawa Tech.; Industrial Chemical Club I-IV. 



DOUGL.AS HARRISON, Toronto (398) 

Chemical Engineering. East York C.L; Chemical Club I-IV; -Associa- 
tion of Professional P2ngineers. 
Future: — Work for — McColl Frcntenac Oil Co. Ltd. 



JOSEPH HARRISON. Toronto (399) 

.Aeronautical Engineering. Central Tech.; I.A.S.; -Aeronautical Club; 
The \'arsily. Science Editor IV; Ski Club; Riding; Tennis; Plio- 
tography. 
Future: — .Aeronautical Engineer. R.C.A.F. 



WILLIAM RALPH HARRISON, Toronto 
Mechanical, Danforth Tech. 



RALPH DLTNBAR HARSH.AW. Hamilton, Ont. 
Engineering and Business. Delta C.I. 



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WILLIAM JAMES HART. Colborne. Ont. (402) 

Civil. Colborne High; Newman Club Executive I\'; Music; Foreign 
.Affairs; Skule Track and Harrier I-IV; Hockey III-IV. 
Future: — Municipal Engineering. 




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TAMES PAUL HARTT, Orillia, Ont. (403) 

Civil. Orillia C.I.; Volleyball Sr. S.P.S. Ill; Member of "Four 
Flushers" Interfaculty barbershop Quartette Champs II; Skule Nile 
work III. 
Future: — Chase Spook. 



DAVID LeROV HARVEY, Sparta, Ont. 
Electrical. Sparta C.I. 



G. H. HAWKINS 
Chemical. 



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JOHN KNOX HAWKSHAW, Cornwall, Ont. (406) 

.Aeronautical, Cornwall C.I.; Aero. Club; President of Ajax Model 
Club I-II; Institute of Aeronautical Sciences; .Association of Pro- 
fessional Engineers (Ont.). 

HOWARD ROBERT HAYMAN. London, Ont. * T A (407) 

Civil, South C.I.; Ajax Glee Club; Football II; Water polo III; Four 
Flushers; Skule Night IV. 
Future: — See the world. 



NORMAN WRIGHT HAYMAN. Toronto (408) 

Aeronautical. Northern Vocational School; Member Hart House 
Ajax House Committee I. 
Future: — Post grad work at Toronto, if possible. 



LEONARD HAVWARD, Toronto 

Mining, York Memorial C.I.; Ale and Quail Club. 
Future: — South America. 



WILLIAM HARVEY HEAD. Hagersville. Ont. 
Civil, Hagersville High; Class Representative I. 
Future: — Structural Design. 



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JOHN HERBERT HEATHER, Milo, Alta. (411) 

Ceramics, Milo High; Ceramics Club I-IV; Secretary III; S.P.S. 
Hockey III-IV; All-University Badminton IV. 
Future; — F^ield trips. 



STEVE HEGION, Wilcox, Sask. (412) 

Mining Geology, Regina Central High; Skule Nite (Cast) III-IV. 
Future: — To get started on my first million. 



WALTER JOHN HEIKKILA. Arpin, Ont. (413) 

Engineering Physics, Cochrane High. 

Future: — Post grad work in nuclear physics. University of British 
Columbia. 



MURRAY ALE.X.ANDER HEINBUCH, Linwood. Ont. 
Civil. Elmira High. 
Future: — Some field of Engineering. 



FREDERICK NORMAN HELEY, Toronto 
Mechanical, Central Tech. 



JOHN Mac+:iNNON HEMSTOCK, Chatsworth, Out. 
Metallurgy. Owen Sound High. 
Future: — Mining Industry. 



GLENN CARLYLE HENDERSON, St. Thomas, Ont. 
Mechanical. St. Thomas C.I, 



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HENRY HUBERT HENDRICKSON, Vancouver, B.C. (418) 

Civil. Sylvan Lake C.I.; Art Class I; Inter-Residence Sports I-II; 
Bowling; Hockey. 
Future: — Practical experience in engineering. 



WILLIAM HERBERT HENRY, Toronto 
Chemical, Lawrence Park C.I.; Camera Club. 



SIDNEY ERNEST HENWOOD, Toronto 
Civil, Malvern C.I. 



S. C. HEPBURN 
Electrical. 



LAN CO.X HERD. Toronto 
Mechanical. Oakwood C.I. 



PETER ALEXANDER HERTZBERG, Toronto 

Civil, U.T.S. 

Future: — Building Construction — Toronto 



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JAMES BURTON HKSLOP. TliornliiM, Ont. 
Mechanical, Karl Haig C.I. 



FRED INNIS HEWSON, Niagara-on-the-Lake, Ont. 
Civil, Newmarket Higli. 



WILLIAM FRANKLIN IIEWTON, Hamilton. Ont. 
Mechanical, Burlington High. 



JOHN CHARLES HIBBIT, New Toronto. Ont. 
Mechanical, Long Branch High. 



HUGH STEPHEN HICKLIN. Toronto 

Engineering Physics, Upper Canada College. 



RALPH THOM.-^S HILL. Weston, Ont. 
Civil, Oakwood C.I. 
Future: — Structural Engineering. 



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ROBERT BRYCE HILL, Toronto (430) 

Engineering and Business, St. Andrew's College; 48th Highlanders of 
Canada — Reserve .-^rmy; Student Member of The ."Association of 
Professional Engineers; .■A.S.M.E.; E.I.C. 
Future: — Production Experience. 

RALPH CHRISTOPHER HINDE, Mount Dennis, Ont. (431) 

Civil, York Memorial C.I.; York Memorial Alumni; Skule Nite I. 
Future: — Highway Engineering. 

JOHN H. R. HOBBS. Windsor, Ont. (432) 

Engineering and Business, Kennedy C.I.; .A.S.M.E. Representative 
III-IV. 



WILLIAM JOSEPH HOCKIN, Newcastle, Ont. 
Electrical, Newcastle High; Secretary-Treasurer, 
.^jax. II; C.O.T.C. 
Future: — Active Army. 



ELMAR CHARLES HODSOLL, Toronto 
Electrical, Vaughan Road C.I. 



FRANK NORMAN HOLDSWORTH. Edmonton, Alta. 
Engineering and Business, Central C.I. 



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DONALD MORISON HOLMAN. Toronto A A * (436) 

Aeronautical. U.T.S.; Member Institute of the Aeronautical Sciences; 
Soaring .Association of Canada President III; Director IV; Toronto 
Gliding Club (President 47-48). 
Future: — Returning to R.C.A.F. Regular. 



J. M. HOLMBOE 
Chemical. 



ERNEST JOHN HOMER. Toronto 
Electrical. Vaughan Road C.I. 
Future: — Industrial Power Engineering. 



WILLI.AM HOOK. Toronto 
Chemical. Danforth Tech. 
Future: — W'ork. 



ARTHUR JAMES HOPEWELL, Britannia Bay, Ont. 
Geology, Ottawa Tech. 
Future: — Post grad family work. 



GEORGE KEITH HOPPER, Oakville, Ont. 

Civil, Oakville High; Civil Club Executive II; Skule 
Engineering Institute of Canada. 
Future: — Post grad work. 



GEORGE HORSFIELD. Mimico. Ont. 
Mechanical. Mimico High. 
Future; — Engineer with Imperial Oil Limited. 



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Nite III; 



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JOHN HENRY HOSKING. Bathurst, N.B. (443) 

Mechanical. Bathurst High; Secretary Student Branch .A.S.M.E.; 
Entered 3rd year here after three years at Mount .Allison University. 
Future: — Going back east after graduation. 



WILLIAM PURVIS HOUSTON. Toronto (444) 

Mining. Winnipeg C.I.; -Ale and Quail Club; Mining and Metallurgy 
Club. 



PETER ERNEST HOWARD. Hamilton, Ont. 
Engineering and Business, Queen Elizabeth High. 
Future: — Post gra4 work. 



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APPLIED SCIENCE AND ENGINEERING 




ALAN DOUGLAS HOWARTH, Toronto (446) 

Chemical, Etobicoke C.L; Industrial Chemistry Club; Golf; Pho- 
tography. 
Future: — Work in the Rubber Industry. 

THOMAS JOSEPH HOWCROFT, Hamilton, Ont. (447) 

Mechanical, Cathedral High. 

RALPH EDMUND HOWLING, Roseland, Ont. (448) 

Mechanical. Walkerville C.I. 
Future: — Employment with automotive concern, Windsor. 

FRANK THURLOW HUBBARD, Islington, Ont. (449) 

Aeronautical, Rehab.; I.A.S.; .■\ero. Club; Squash; Being a husband 
and father. 
Future: — Post grad. Toronto. 

DONALD CLIFFORD HUBBLE, Belleville, Ont. (450) 

Engineering Physics, Belleville C.I.; Blue and White Band; Wrest- 
ling; R.C..\.F. (Auxiliary) University Flight. 
Future: — Research in Refrigeration Industry. 

CHARLES ALBERT HUFF. Toronto (451 ) 

Chemical, Vaughan Road C.L; Industrial Chemical Club; Golf. 



ROBERT EDWIN HUGGARD, Windsor, Ont. 
Chemical. Walkerville C.L; Hockey S.P.S. 



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ARTHUR ALMER HUGHES, Chatham. Ont. * K S (453) 

Engineering and Business, Chatham C.L; Young Canada Club 
Treasurer; Basketball. 
Future: — Sales Engineering. 



HARRY ALFRED HUGHES, Saskatoon, Sask. 
Chemical, City Park C.L; Industrial Chemical Club. 

JAMES ROLAND HUGHES, Kent Bridge, Ont. 
Electrical, Chatham C.L 
Future: — Work in Industry. 

JAMES ROSS HULL, Toronto 
Mechanical, Humberside C.L 

HARRY ALVIN HUNT, North Bay, Ont. 
Electrical, North Bay C.L 



JOSEPH EDGAR HUNT, Mabou. N.S. 

Chemical, Photography; Baseball; Swimming, 
Future: — Discover an oil well and enjoy life. 



ALLEN BRUCE HUNTER. Dunnville. Ont. 
Mechanical. Dunnville High; Playing Poker. 



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GORDON KEEN HUNTER. Toronto (460) 

Civil. Lawrence Park C.L; Skule Nite; Basketball; Volleyball; 
Tennis. 



EDMUND LEWEN HUTCHINSON, Northmount, Ont. (461) 

Mechanical, Central Tech. 

MURR.AY JAM ES HUTTON. Toronto (462) 

Civil, Vaughan Road C.L 

HUGH VICTOR lEVERS. Toronto (463) 

Civil, Malvern C.L 

.'\LEC ARTHUR INCE, Toronto • (464) 

Mechanical, Earl Haig C.I. 



JOHN HAROLD INNES, Toronto (465) 

Mechanical, Rehab. N.T.C.I.; Chairman of tlie'Mechanical Club IV; 
Vice-Chairman III. 
Future: — Industry. 



L.AWREXCE WILSON IRELAND, Guelph. Ont. 
Electrical. Guelph C.I. 
Future: — Practise Engineering. 



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APPLIED SCIENCE AND ENGINEERING 



JOHN KENNETH IRWIN. Toronto (467) 

Mechanical, Lawrence Park C.I.; Secretary Mechanical Club III. 

WILLI.^M GOWAN IRWIN. Francis, Sask. (468) 

Metallurgy. Francis High. 
Future: — .-X job where I can wear a white shirt and go home to lunch. 



PKTER IS.-X.AC, Steinbach. Man. 
Mechanical. Steinbach C.I. 
Future: — Practise Engineering. 

ROBERT ISLES, Toronto 
Electrical. Weston C.I. 
Future: — Work and Study. 



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ALBERT HAYNES JACKSON. St. Catharines, Ont. (471) 

Metallurgy, St. Catharines C.I.; Vice-President .STO 11; House 
Chairman Res. 723 Ajax; C"Iass Rep. M. and M. Club IV; House 
President North House; Member of Loose Moose International. 
Future: — Technical sales. 

DONALD ROBERT JACKSON, Stratford. Ont. (472) 

Engineering Physics. Stratford C.I.; Engineering Physics Club I-IV. 

CHARLES EDWIN JAGGER, Toronto (473) 

Engineering Physics, Vaughan Road C.I.; Engineering Physics Club. 
Future: — To invent a labour saving device. 



JOHN WESLEY JAMES. Toronto 
Mechanical, Uxbridge High. 

DONALD G. JAMIESON. Chatham, Ont. 
Mechanical. Chatham C.I. 
Future: — Do a little living. 

RONALD GEORGE JAMISON, Toronto 

Chemical, Runnymede C.I.; Industrial Chemical Club. 



ERIC M.AXWELL JANES. Toronto 

Chemical. Danforth Tech.; Chemical Club. 
Future: — Work in Industry. 



HUBERT RALPH JANES. Toronto 
Metallurgy. Danforth Tech.; C.I.M.M. 
Future: — Steady work — steady pay!! 



WILLIAM EDWARD JARVIS. Toronto 
Engineering Physics, Parkdale C.I. 
Future: — Engineer. 



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JOHN J.AWORSKI, Toronto 

Electrical. Harbord C.I.; C.O.T.C. Royal Canadian Corps of Signals. 
Future: — Electrical Engineer. 



WILLIAM HAROLD JAY, Toronto 

Engineering and Business, East York C.I. 
Future: — Enter Business. 



ROBERT CHARLES JEFFERIES, Toronto 
Electrical. Jarvis C.I.; S.P.S. Hockey III. 
Future: — Electrical Engineer. 



THOMAS ROWLAND HARRIES JENKINS, Toronto 
Electrical. Oakwood C.I. 

DOUGL.^S MERRIFIELD JENNINGS. Toronto 
Civil, Ottawa Tech. 



JOHN HENRY JOBSON. Toronto 
Mechanical, Vaughan Rd. C.I. 



KENNETH RICHARD JOHNS, Sault Ste. Marie, Ont. 
Civil, Sault C. I.; Civil Club. 



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HERBERT DELMAR JOHNSON. Simcoe. Ont. (487) 

Mechanical. Killarney C.I.; Golf; Bridge; 734 P.R.G. and B. Club. 
Future: — Professional Engineering. 




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KENNETH REG. JOHNSTON. Collingwood, Ont. (488) 

Mechanical. Collingwood C.I.; 

Future: — Presidency of several companies — need the remuneration 
to educate my two heirs. 



DAVID LLOYD JONES, Toronto 
Engineering and Business, 



(489) 



JOHN FREDERICK JONES, Toronto (490) 

Mechanical, York Memorial C.I.; Student Member of Royal 
.Aeronautical Society; Student Member of Society of Automotive 
Engineers. 

Future: — To enter the engineering profession, in the Gas Turbine or 
other Internal Combustion engine field. 



H. E. JORDON 
Chemical. 



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KENNETH ROY JOSLIN. Hamilton. Ont. (492) 

Mechanical. Westdale Secondary Schools; .American Society of 
Mechanical Engineers III-IV; Ajax Hobby Club II. 
Future: — Royal Canadian Electrical and Mechanical Engineers. 



JOHN CHARLES JUNKIN, Toronto 
Mechanical, Lawrence Park C.I. 

B. KAHANE 
Chemical. 

ROBERT ALEXANDER KALLE. Windsor, Ont. 
Mechanical. Kennedy C.I. 
Future: — Law Degree — Osgoode. 

LLOYD GEORGE KAUFMAN, Kincardine, Ont. 
Mining, Kincardine High; Ale and Quail Club. 



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DOUGLAS BRUCE KAY, Mimico, Ont. (497) 

Metallurgy, Mimico High; Mining and Metallurgy Club I-IV. 
Future: — Industry. 



EDWARD KEVIN KEANE. Ottawa, Ont, 
Chemical, St. Patrick's College. 



KEITH WILLIAM KEARNS, Colborne, Ont. 
Civil. 



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JOHN ALFRED CHARLES KEEFE. Toronto (500) 

Engineering Physics Geophysics. York Memorial C.I.; C.O.T.C.; 
Engineering Physics Club. 

JAMES NEWCOMBE KEEN, Toronto (501) 

Mechanical, Earl Haig C.I.; Student Member A.S.M.E. and E.I.C.; 
Rugby; Swimming; Skiing. 
Future: — Post graduate work — Stanford University. 

JAMES WILLIAM KEENAN. Toronto (502) 

Engineering Physics. Bloor C.I.; Captain Inter-residence bowling 
Ajax; Chairman Engineering Physics Club IV. 
Future: — Become filthy rich. 



DONALD WRIGHT KELLY. Toronto 

Engineering and Business. Lawrence Park C.I. 
Future: — Post grad work at Columbia N.Y. 



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JOHN HAMILTON KELLY, Hamilton, Ont. (504) 

Engineering Physics. Delta C.I.; Engineering Physics Club I-IV; 
Motion Picture Committee, Hart House -Ajax I-II. 
Future: — Engineering Research. 



WILLIAM McDONOUGH KELLY, Georgetown, Ont, 
Civil, Georgetown High. 
Future: — Post graduate work. 



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MATTHEW KELTON. Windsor. Ont. (506) 

Mechanical, W. D. Lowe Vocational; I.V.C.F. I-IV; Vice-President I. 
Future: — Industrial Engineering (Automobile Industry). 

WALTER CREWDSON KENDALL. Lethbridge, Alta. (507) 

Electrical. Lethbridge C.I. 
Future: — Work and Study. 

G. D. KENNEDY (508) 

Mining. 

JOHN MIGHTON KENNEDY, .Ajax, Ont. (509) 

Mechanical. Paris High. 
Future: — Civil Service. 

THOS. F. KENNY. Sarnia, Ont. ATA (510) 

Engineering and Business. Sarnia C.I.; .Ajax Band and "Hot Jaxs" I; 
.Ajax Flying Club I; Class Representative III;I A T A Treasurer IV; 
Vice Chairman Engineering Business IV. 
Future: — Post grad in Business. 



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GORDON HERBERT KENYON. Truro, N.S. (511) 

Chemical. Valleyfield High, Que.; Student Member of Engineering 
Institute of Canada. 
Future: — Directing Standard Oil. 



EDWARD ALBERT KERR, K.ing, Out. 
Mechanical, Aurora High. 



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HOWARD STEWART KERR, Toronto (513) 

Engineering Physics, Malvern C.I.; Sr. S.P.S. Rugby II; Swim Team 
I; Water polo S.P.S. 2nds; Varsity Water polo. 
Future: — Post grad work. 



WILLIAM DAVID KERR, Toronto 

Chemical, Malvern C.I.; Student Member- 
Canada. 
Future: — Post graduate work in U.S. A 



(514) 
-Engineering Institute of 



ERNEST ALBERT KERSHAW, Wheatley. Ont. 
Electrical. Leamington High; House Chairman II. 
Future: — Communications Engineering. 



(515) 



GORDON THOMAS KEYS, Toronto (516) 

Mechanical, Vaughan Road C.I.; Pipe Sgt. of the Irish Regiment of 
Canada Pipe Band. 

Future: — Would like to work for a time, and then perliaps take 
Master's Degree. 

WILLIAM JOHN GARDINER KEYS, South Mountain, Ont. (517) 
Mechanical, South Mountain High; Student Member .-^.S.M.E.; 
.\. P. E. of Ont.; Swimming. 
Future: — Post graduate work — Stanford University. 

JOHN KILGOUR, Ottawa. Ont. (518) 

Mining Geology, Kelvin Tech.; Coleman Geology Club I-IV; 
Mining and Metallurgy Club I-IV; U.N.T.D. 
Future: — Post grad work in Engineering Geology. 



ROBERT VICTOR KILLMASTER, Toronto 
Civil, Danforth Tech.; Ajax Flying Club I-II; 
Hockey. 
Future: — Post grad at U. of T. 



(519) 
Flying; Swimming; 



ARTHUR NOAH LEE KING. Burlington. Ont. (520) 

Electrical, Burlington High; A.I.E.E. Student Member; Photography 

DONALD LAURIE KING, Newmarket. Ont. (521 ) 

Chemical, Newmarket High; Chemical Club Rep. IV; Residence 
Athletic Rep. II; S.P.S. and Intermediate Intercollegiate Track II- 
IV; S.P.S. Volleyball III-IV. 
Future: — Live and Learn! 



CARLOS ENRIQUE KINKEL, Mexico City, Mexico (522) 

Chemical, Bachilleratos Mexico; Industrial Chemical Club I-IV: 
Spanish Club III. 
Future: — Take a pulp and paper course either in Europe or U.S. .A. 



JACK L. KINSEY, Winnipeg. Man. 
Mechanical. Gordon Bell High. 



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FREDERICK JOHN KIRBY, Merlin, Ont. (524) 

Electrical, Chatham C.I.; Engineers' Christian Fellowship; Student 
Christian Movement. 
Future: — To serve. 

JOHN CLIFFORD KIRKUP, Fort William, Ont. (525) 

Civil, Fort William C.I.; Vice-President of University Wrestling Club; 
Inter-Collegiate Wrestling Champ; University Symphony (Violin 
Section); Skule Nite IV. 
Future: — Structural work. 

RODNEY VICTOR DYON KLASSEN, New Hamburg, Ont. (526) 
Chemical, New Hamburg C.S. 

ROBERT WALTER KNIGHT. Uxbridge. Ont. (527) 

Civil. Uxbridge High; 5T0 Civil Basketball III. 
Future: — Probably Road Construction. 

ROBERT FRANKLIN KNOTT, Toronto (528) 

Chemical, Riverdale C.I.; Industrial Chemical Club I-IV. 
Future: — To do as little as possible for as much as possible. 

JOHN FREDERICK CHARLES KORBY, Stratford, Ont. (529) 

Mechanical, Stratford C.I. 

JOHN THOMAS KOSABUSKI, Kirkland Lake Ont. (530) 

Electrical. Rehab. 

ROY JOSEPH KOSTICK, Kenora, Ont. (531 ) 

Chemical. Kenora High; Basketball; Volleyball; Chess. 
Future: — Work? 




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FRANK A. KOTTMEIER, Chicago. III. (532) 

Engineering Physics. Tilden Tech.; Ajax Flying Club; Camera Club; 
Class Representative III-IV. 
Future: — Research or sales. 



CHARLES ALBERT KR.AUSE, Williamsford. Ont. 
Mining Geology, Owen Sound High. 
Future: — To find more diamonds than Williamson. 



TED KRUK. Toronto 
Civil. Western Commerce. 



WILLIAM MUNRO KRUSE, Gait. Ont. 



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Civil. Gait C.I.; Inter House Basketball; Ajax MI; Photography. 



MELVIN JOHN KUPISZ, Detroit, Mich. (536) 

Mechanical. W. D. Lowe Vocational; Engineering Institute of 
Canada; American Society of Mechanical Engineers. 



HENRY ADAM LACHOSKI. Windsor, Ont. (537) 

Electrical. Kennedy C.I.; Polish Students' Club III-I\'; Treasurer IV. 



WILBERT FRANCIS LACKENBAUER. Waterloo. Ont. (538) 

Engineering and Business, St. Jerome's College; Music, Particularly 
Singing; Flying; Radio. 



EDWARD OMER LaFONTAINE. La Salle. Ont. (539) 

Civil. Sandwich C.I.; S.P.S. Golf; Basketball; Water polo. 
Future: — Seeing the world. 



ROY HAROLD LaFONTAINE. London, Ont. (540) 

Engineering and Business. De La Salle High. 



WILLIAM ROBERT LAIDLAW, Toronto (541 ) 

.Aeronautical. U.T.S. ; Member Institute .Aeronautical Sciences II-IV. 
Future: — Post grad work at M.I.T. 



JAMES KEENELAMBIE. London. Ont. "tKH (542) 

Chemical. Central C.I.; Hart House Ajax. Arts Committee I-II; 
Glee Club II; House Committee II; Skule Nite III-IV. 



D.WID HARVEY LANDELLS. Niagara Falls. Ont. 
Civil, Niagara Falls C.I. 



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VERN EARL LANDON. Oshawa. Ont. (544) 

Mechanical. Oshaw-a C.V.I. ; Swimming; Skiing; Fishing; .\.S.M.E. 
(Student Member). 

Future: — I am interested in gas turbines and would like to secure 
a position in that field. 



ERIC EDWARD GEORGE LANG. Oshawa. Ont. (545) 

Engineering and Business. Oshawa C.I.; A.S.M.E.; skiing. 



ROBERT HARRY LANGFORD, Hamilton. Ont. (546) 

Mechanical. St. Catharines C.I. 



PHILIP ALEXANDER LAPP. Toronto * K H (547) 

Engineering Physics. Malvern C.I.; Camera Club III; Sr. S.P.S. 
Rugby III; Harvey .\ggett Memorial Scholarship II. 
Future: — Graduate work in optics at M.I.T. or Cal. Tech. 



ADOLPHE JOSEPH PAUL LaPRAIRIE, Toronto (548) 

Mining. Rehab.; Engineering Society Executive II-IV; Director of 
Cultural -Activities at Skule; Water polo; Lady Godiva Memorial 
Band; Cannoneers. 
Future: — More of same. 



RONALD ALLAN FREDERICK LATHAM. Ottawa. Ont. 
Meclianical. Ottawa Tech. 



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GEORGE LATINOVICH, Welland. Ont. (550) 

Mechanical. Welland High; S.P.S. Basketball I-I\'; X'ollevball Teams 
MV. 
Future: — Mechanical Engineering in Design. 



BERT ALFRED LAUGHTON, Islington, Ont. (551) 

Chemical. Etobicoke C.I.; Joint House Committee -Ajax II. 



J. GUY LaVERGNE. Montreal. Que. (552) 

-Aeronautical. Querbes High; .Aero. Club; I..A.S.; 6.E.I.C. 
Future: — Production Engineering. 



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GEORGEW. A. LAWRENCE. York Mills, Ont. *rA (SS3) 

Electrical, Lawrence Park C.L; Hockey S.P.S. II; Skule Nile; 
Inter-faculty Rugby . 
Future: — Further Training in U.S.A. 



GERALD BLAKE LAWSON, Saint .lohn. N. B. (554) 

Mechanical. Loyola, Montreal. 

Future: — Spend the first six months filling in the blank spaces in 
Prof. Wiren's notes. 



HUGH ROGERS LAWSON. Toronto 

Engineering and Business, Upper Canada College. 



JAMES RICHARD GRAHAME LEACH. Toronto 
Civil. Upper Canada College. 



ROBERT HENRY LE.WENS, Weston, Ont. 
Aeronautical, Weston C.L; Aero. Club. 



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GORDON ROSS LEAVER. Oakville, Ont. (558) 

Metallurgy, Oakville High; Mining and Metallurgy Club I-IV; 
American Society for Metals IV. 
Future: — Canada Metal Co. Ltd. 



STANLEY EARL LEDBURY, Long Branch. Ont. (559) 

Electrical. Mimico High; .Ajax House Basketball; Building House in 
Spare? time. 



WALTER JAMES LOWELL LEDBURY. New Toronto. Ont. (560) 
Ceramics. Mimico High; Ceramic Club I-IV; Photography. 



EDGAR BERNARD LEE, Lacombe, Alta. 
Engineering Physics. Regina Central C.I. 



(561) 



JOHN ELLWYN LEEMING, Toronto (562) 

Electrical. Humberside C.L; Old Mill Tennis Club, Team Captain. 
Future; — Working. 



GERARD ARTHUR GUILLAUME LEMIEUX, Ottawa. Ont. (563) 
Engineering and Business, La Salle Academy; Newman Club II-IV; 
C.O.T.C. I-IV; Skule Nite III-IV; Assistant Director IV; Engineers' 
Ball II; "Singing Barmen"; Skiing; Tennis. 
Future: — Post grad work at Toronto 



CHARLES ROBERT LEMON, Norwich, Ont. (564) 

Mining. Norwich High; Student Member C.I.^^.M. and Professional 
Engineers Prov. of Ont. 



WALTER LESCHUCK. Toronto 
Electrical, Central Tech. 



(565) 



WILLIAM G.-^RWOOD LEWIS. Ottawa. Ont. (566) 

Aeronautical. Lisgar C.L; Student Member, Institute of the .Aero- 
nautical Sciences. 



ROBERT PAUL LINDSAY. St. Thomas, Ont. 
Electrical, Arthur Voaden Vocational. 



GORDON lOHN LINDSEY, Ajax, Ont. 
Civil. Earl Haig C.L 
Future: — Municipal Engineering. 



DOUGLAS GEORGE LINTON. Toronto 
Mechanical, Weston C.L 



OLIVER LLOYD, Toronto 
• Civil, North Toronto C.L 



CHARLES McDonald LOCKWOOD. London, Ont. 
Mining Geology, London South C.L 



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GEORGE ROLAND LONG. Georgetown. Ont. (572) 

Electrical. Georgetown High; Cornet Player with U. of T. Symphony 
Orchestra and Blue and White Band. 



FRED McCOLL LONGSTAFF. Toronto (573) 

Engineering Physics, Western Tech.; Hart House -Amateur Radio 
Club Executive. 
Future; — Post grad work at U. of T. 




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FRANK BOWMAN LORD. Toronto (574) 

fingineering Physics. U.T.S.; Engineering Physics Club I-IV; 
Hockey; Tennis; Golf. 
Future: — Communications Research. 



JACK DOR AN LOVATT, Toronto (575) 

Aeronautical. Malvern C.I.; Aero. Club I-IV; Institute of Aeronauti- 
cal Sciences II-IV; Aero. Basketball III-IV. 



ARTHUR ROY LOVE, Mimico. Ont. 

Chemical. Central Tech.; Industrial Chemical Club I-IV. 
Future: — Get a job and retire at an early age. 



JOHN ALBERT LOWE. Toronto 
Electrical, Central Tech. 



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WILLIAM JACOB LUCAS, Hanover. Ont. (578) 

Chemical Engineering, Hanover High; Wine. Women and Song. 
Future: — Employment and enjoyment. 

GERALD WALTER LUCKETT. Toronto (579) 

Aeronautical. Scarboro C.I.; Aero. Club I-IV; I..\.S. I-IV: A.P.E.P.O 
I-IV. 
Future: — Aero. Industry. 



JOHN ALLISTER MacDONALD, Port Credit, Ont. 
Engineering and Business. Port Credit C.I. 



(580) 



JOHN ANGUS MacDONALD, Toronto KA (581) 

Engineering and Business, U.T.S.; S.P.S. Rugby I; Golf; Skiing. 



LESLIE RENFREW LAVENDER MacDUFF, Toronto 
Engineering Physics, East York C.I. 



ANDREW LAURIE MacKASEY. Toronto 
Electrical. St. Michael's College. 



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ALEXANDER MacLEAN MacKAY, Cochrane. Ont. SN (584) 

Civil, Cochrane High; Member, Civil Club. 

KENNETH MacKAY, Port .Arthur, Ont. (585) 

Mechanical. Port Arthur C.I.; Association of Professional Engineer- 
ing; Jr. S.P.S. Hockey II; Sr. S.P.S. Hockey III. 



EVANDER MacKENZIE. Port Arthur. Ont. 
Electrical. Port Arthur C.I. 



(586) 



ROD M. MacKENZIE. Glace Bay, N.S. (587) 

Engineering and Business. Glace Bay High; Class Basketball; 

Residence Basketball and Hockey; Baseball; Basketball; Golf; 
Hobby is leatherwork. 



WARREN STUART MacKENZIE, Toronto 
Mining Geology. Barrie C.I. 



(588) 



GORDON L.AWRENCE MACKIE. Weston. Ont. (589) 

Mechanical. Weston High; S.P.S. Ill; Hockey III; -Ajax Camera 
Club I; Ajax House League Hockey II; Photography. 
Future: — Industry ! ! 

JAMES HENRY MacLACHLAN. St. Catharines. Ont. (590) 

Engineering Physics. St. Catharines C.I.; Ajax Inter-residence 
Bowling and Basketball; U.N.T.D. I. II; Radio Workshop III-IV. 
Future: — Rather nebulous. 

WILLIAM CAVENDISH MacNEILL. Owen Sound. Ont. AX (591) 
.Aeronautical. Owen Sound C.I.; Institute of Aeronautical Sciences. 
Future: — Business and Administration course at Harvard. 



ALAN DONALD MacPHERSON. Toronto 

Electrical. Runnymede C.I.; Student Member A.I.E.E. 
the Electrical Club I-IV; Interested in Golf; Tennis. 
Future: — To be a successful Engineer. 



J. A. MacRAE 
Mechanical. 



(592) 
Member of 



(593) 



HENRY ALL.AN MAIN, Toronto (594) 

Electrical, Member of the Engineering Institute of Canada; Member 
of the .Association of Professional Engineers of the Province of 
Ontario. 



JOHN ROBERT MAINPRIZE, Acton. Ont. 

Mechanical, Acton High; Mechanical Club; University 
Training Division I-IV. 

LLOYD RAYMOND MAINPRIZE. Belle River. Ont. 
Electrical. Essex High; Skule Lacrosse and Basketball. 
Future: — To follow life's ambitions. 



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Naval 



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ANDREW MAKERKVVICH, Port Colborne. Ont. (Stl) 

Chemical, Port Colborne C.I.; Table Tennis Club; Basketball III. 
Future: — Post graduate work. 



DONALD CHARLES MANION. Ottawa. Ont. 
Chemical. St. Patricks College. 

JOHN JOSEPH MARLOW. Browns Line. Ont. 
Civil, Long Branch CI. 
Future: — Municipal Engineering. 

DOUGLAS IAN MARR, Grimsby, Ont. 

Civil. Grimsby High; Football II; Water polo III. 
Future: — Be world traveller. 

FREDERICK WILLL^M MARSH, Port Credit, Ont. 
Engineering Physics. Rehab. 

FRANK RUSSELL MARSHALL. Walton, Ont. 
Civil, Brussells High. 

HERBERT S. MARSHALL. Toronto 
Electrical, Lawrence Park C.I. 

E. C. MARTER 

Electrical. 

JAMES FREDERICK MARTIN. Toronto 
Mechanical. Central Tech. 



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M.'XRCEL GLEN MATHERS. Calgary. Alta. 
Engineering Physics. Camera Club 1 1- IV. 
Future: — Back to West. Probably south of the border, and look for 
that dream job. 

THOM.AS MATSUI. Toronto (607 ) 

Mechanical, Jarvis CI.; Ajax .Athletic Association Publicity Director 
II; Volleyball III; English Rugby II-IV; English Rugby Club. 
Vice-President IV. 

JAMES ALEXANDER MATTHEW. Toronto (608) 

Mechanical, Western Tech.; Mechanical Club I-IV; U.N.T.D. .Ajax 
I-II; Chess Club .\jax II. 
Future: — Mechanical Engineering — Gas Turbine Development. 

ANDREW STEPHEN MATTHEWS. Strathroy, Ont. (609) 

Engineering Physics, Strathroy C.I.; Chess Club I-IV; President I-II 
at Ajax; Ajax Glee Club I-II; Peoples Warden, Protestant Chapel. 
Ajax U. 
Future: — R.C.A.F. Regular, signals officer. 



GEORGE W. H. M.ATTHEWS. Fort William, Ont. 
Chemical, Fort William CI. 



(610) 



JOHN GEORGE MATTHIES, Toronto (611) 

Engineering Physics. Niagara Falls C.I.; Student Member Canadian 
Association of Physicists; Institute of Radio Engineers; Married. 

MARVIN EDWARD MATUSIAK. Toronto (612) 

Engineering Physics. Central Tech.; Institute of Radio Engineers; 
Swimming; Skiing. 
Future:— R.C.A.F. 

WALTER BERNERD MAXWELL. Toronto (613) 

Chemical. Upper Canada College; I.S.S. II; Intermediate Intercol- 
legiate Track Team II; Senior Intercollegiate Track Team IV. 
Future: — Post graduate work at Toronto then Corporation Law in 
U.S.A. 

BERNARD L.AWRENCE MAYER. Toronto (614) 

Engineering and Business. Sydney C.I.; Member A.S.M.E. and 
Camera Clubs. 
Future: — Production work in radio and TV manufacture. 

ELDON GLEN DENNIS MAVNARD. Point Edward. Ont. (615) 
•Aeronautical. Sarnia C.I.; I..A.S.; Aero. C^lub; S.P.S. Swimming and 
Water polo 1 1 I-IV; Varsity Water polo IV; Aero. Basketball III-IV. 
Future: — R.C.A.F. — Technical. 

EDWARD LLOYD MAYOTTE. Fort William. Ont. (616) 

Civil, Fort William C.I.; Serving on Committees of Knox College 
Association. 
Future: — To work in some phase of Building Construction. 



IREAL ABRAHAM MAYSO.N. Toronto 

Engineering Physics. Harbord CI ; Historical Club. 
Future; — Business, then Post grad work. 

J. S. McAULAV 
Mining Geology. 



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(618) 



JACK SKEAP Mc.AVOY. St. Catharines. Ont. (619) 

Aeronautical Engineering. Buffalo Tech.; Aeronautical Club;*Class 
Rep. II-IV; O.A.P.E.; I.A.S. 
Future; — Peace of Mind. 




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THOMAS JOSEPH McCAFFERY. Havana, Cuba (620) 

Mechanical, St. Michael's. 

Future: — Work, marriage, a family and making a fast buckslowdown 
to a crawl. 



DONALD ALBERT McCAMMON, Toronto (621) 

Chemical, Regina Sask. ; Industrial Chemistry Club; Vice-Chairman 
I; Chairman H; Engineering Society Executive II; Hart House 
Committee (Ajax) I-II. 



ROBERT DALTON McCARGAR, Kitchener, Ont. 
Civil, Kitchener-Waterloo C.I.; Camera Club. 



(622) 



JACK LAURENCE McCLOY, Stratford, Ont. (623) 

Civil, Stratford C.I.; Civil Club I-IV; Class Representative 11; 
Vice-Chairman III; Chairman IV; Skule Nite II-III. 



ROBERT GUY McCLUSKEY, Cochrane. Ont. 
Engineering and Business, Sudbury High. 



J. B. McCLUSKY, Toronto 
Mining Geology. 
Future: — Working vifith R.A. Freberg. 



(624) 



(625) 



CLIFFORD SCOTT McCOLM. Oshawa, Ont. (626) 

Mechanical, Oshawa C.V.I.; S.P.S. Track II; Basketball III; 
Lacrosse IV. 
Future: — Raise Sixteen Boys. 



JAMES ARTHUR McCOMB, Toronto 
Mechanical. Lawrence Park C.I. 



ROBERT HAROLD McCOMB. Toronto 

Electrical. Humberside C.I.; Swimming; Marriage. 
Future: — A job that satisfies. 



(627) 



(628) 



WILLIAM HARRY McCREARY, Toronto (629) 

Electrical. Runnymede C.I.; Electrical Club I-IV; Association of 
Professional Engineers of the Province of Ontario. 
Future: — Engineering in Industry. 



JOHN HAMILTON McCULLOUGH, Toronto 
Metallurgy, Malvern C.I. 



ROBERT FINL.W McDERMAND. Windsor. Ont. 
Mechanical. Windsor Vocational. 



ALEXANDER R. McDONALD, Chapleau. Ont. 
Civil. Chapleau High. 



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(631) 



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WILLIAM LEONARD McDONALD, .Ajax. Ont. (633) 

Aeronautical. Westdale C.I.: I..'\.S.; I..A.S. (Ajax) Rep. II. 
Future: — Gas Turbine Engineering. 



CHARLES IVAN REES McDOUGALL. Winnipeg. Man. (634) 

Chemical Engineering. Kelvin Tech. 



STANLEY MacQUl.STFN McDOW.\LL. Toronto (635) 

Mechanical. Riverdale CL; Residence Soccer II; Basketball II. 
Future: — Practise Engineering. 



JOSEPH DOUGLAS McFADDEN, St. Thomas, Ont. 
Chemical, St. Thomas C.I. 



(636) 



DONALD McDONALD McFARL.-^NE. Hamilton, Ont. (637) 

Metallurgy, F. R. Close Tech.; Mining and Metallurgy Club I-IV. 
Future : — I ndustry 



RAYMOND JOHN McGOWAN. Toronto 
Chemical. York Memorial C.I. 



WILLIAM McLaughlin McILR.AVEY, Toronto 
Mechanical. York Memorial CI. 



MURRAY JAMES McINROY. Bonarlaw, Ont. 
Electrical. Marmora High. 
Future: — Professional Engineering Practice. 



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G. M. McLaren, Pezo, Angola, Portugese West Africa (641) 

Engineering and Business. A.S.M.E. III-IV; E.I.C. IV; Golf 
Enthusiast; Also Married. 
Future: — Steel. Hydro, or African Peanuts. 



FRANK C. McLaughlin, Toronto 
Engineering and Business. 
Future: — Realtor. 



DAVID WILLIAM McLE.\N, Erin. Ont. 

Chemical. Guelph C.I.; Industrial Chemical Club. 
Future: — Position in industry. 



PAUL COULTER McLEAN. Toronto 
Mining Geology. Ridley College. 



WILLIAM ALEXANDER McNAIR, Toronto 
Mechanical, Upper Canada College. 
Future: — Engineering Sales. 



BOn (642) 



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ROBERT GEORGE McQUILLAN. Willowdale. Ont. (646) 

Civil, Earl Haig C.I.; Hart House Glee Clubs Ajax and Toronto; 
Skule Nite III-IV; Four Flushers Quartet. 

JOHN HENDERSON McQUISTON. Toronto (647) 

Chemical, Danforth Tech.; Secretary Ajax Joint House Committee 
II; House Chairman 722 II; Hockey; Tennis. 



ROBERT KENNETH MEHARG. Toronto 
Electrical, Lawrence Park C.I. 



(648) 



WILLIAM NORMAN MEIKLE, Woodstock. Ont. (649) 

Electrical, Woodstock C.I.; Photography; Hunting; Hockey; Auto 
Racing. 



THEODORE JOSEPH MENTEL, Edmonton, Alta. (650) 

Aeronautical. Edmonton Rehab.; Amateur Radio (Ajax); Aeronauti- 
cal Club I-IV; Engineering Institute of Canada I-IV; Journal of 
Aeronautical Sciences II-IV. 
Future: — Practise the profession of Aeronautical Engineering. 



EDWARD LANGFORD MERCER. Antigua, B.W.I. 
Civil, Ajax Glee Club; Intercollegiate Soccer. 



ALBERT JOSEPH MESCHINO, Toronto 
Civil. North Toronto C.I. 
Future: — A life of skiing, golf, tennis and music. 



JOSEPH GRANT MEYERS. Toronto 
Mechanical, St. Michaels. 
Future: — Practise Engineering — Sales. 



ALVIN ROBERT MICHELL. Toronto 
Chemical. Runny mede C.I. 
Future: — Employment as Petroleum Engineer. 



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KEITH McTAGGART MIDDLETON, Toronto 
Civil. North Toronto C.I.; Civil Club I-IV. 
Future: — Marriage — then the Department of Highways, or South 
America, or something. 

RAYMOND EDGAR MILBURN. Windsor, Ont. (656) 

Chemical. Kennedy C.I.; S.P.S. Swim Team III; Music. 
Future: — Standard Chemicals. 



JOHN WARREN MILLARD. Toronto 
Chemical. University High. Edmonton. 



ANDREW DAVID MILLER, Ottawa. Ont. 
Electrical. Glebe C.I. 



DAVID KEITH MILLER. Toronto 
Mechanical. St. Michaels. 
Future; — Retire as soon as possible. 



GEORGE ADAIR MILLER, Toronto 
Chemical, Runnymede C.I. 



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(659) 

(660) 



LLOYD VICTOR MILLS. Toronto (661) 

Engineering Physics, Parkdale C.I.; Exploration Society; Film 
Society; I.E.S.; C.A.P.; One of two members of first illumination 
option class in Engineering Physics. 
Future: — Life without lab reports. 



GORDON EDWARD MILLWARD. Toronto 
Mechanical. Danforth Tech. 



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ALLEN RITCHIE MILNE. Vancouver. B.C. (663) 

Engineering Physics. Vancouver Tech.; Swimming; Skiing; Institute 
of Radio Engineers; My wife, to whom all credit goes. 
Future: — Post graduate work. 



JAMES ANTHONY MILNES. Oneida. N.Y. 
Electrical, Vaughan Road C.I.; W. 21 Bowling I. 

Future: — To see "it". 



A. C. E. MITCHELL 
Mining. 



(664) 



(665) 



JAMES GARTH MITCHELL, Kamsack. Sask. (666) 

-Aeronautical. Kamsack High; Aero Club; Institute of Aeronautical 
Sciences; Association of Professional Engineers, Ontario. 

OMERY EDW.'^RD MITCHELL, Whitby, Ont. (667) 

Electrical. Whitby High. 
Future; — Hopes for work in the electrical construction industry. 



ROBERT WINCHESTER MOELLER, Toronto 
Mining Geology, Humberside C.I. 



HAROLD A. MOIR. Weston. Ont. 
Mechanical. Weston C.I. 
Future: — A chick from' Vic. 



JOSEPH WILLIAM MONKS, Scarboro Jet.. Ont. 
Mechanical, Scarboro High. 



JAMES ANDREW MONTEITH. Petrolia. Ont. 
Civil, Petrolia High. 



(668) 



(669) 



(670) 



(671) 



JOHN WENTWORTH MOODY. Hamilton. Ont., (672) 

Metallurgy, Westdale Secondary Schools; Mining and Metallurgy 
Club I-IV. 
Future: — Army officer. R.C.E.M.E. 

BRUCE EMSLIE MOORE, Owen Sound. Ont. BOH (673) 

Engineering and Business. Owen Sound C.I.; Basketball I-II. 
Future: — Unlimited. 



CHARLES FRANCIS MOORE. Hamilton. Ont. 
Mechanical. Hamilton Tech. 



GEORGE BERTRAM MOORE. London. Ont. 
Civil. Listowel High. 



ROBERT ISAAC MOORE. Toronto 
Mechanical. Danforth Tech. 
Future: — Moving to Los Angeles. California, to pursue career. 



ROBERT LESLIE MOORE, Windsor, Ont. 
Mechanical. Windsor Tech. 
Future: — Sales Engineering. 



(674) 



(675) 



(676) 



(677) 



(678) 



JOHN NORMAN MOORS. Toronto 
Aeronautical. Vaughan Road C.I. 
Future: — By now I should know enough mathematics to beat the 
horses, so 



JAMES EDWARD MORAN, Toronto (67Q) 

Aeronautical. Engineering Society Executive II-IV; -Aero Club 
Chairman Ajax II; and Toronto IV; S.P.S. Basketball IV; Volleyball 
II-IV; Ajax Joint House Committee II. 
Future: — R.C.A.F. Technical List. 



WILLIAM FREDRICK MORAX. Sarnia. Ont. 
Civil. Sarnia C.I. 



(680) 



DONALD WILLIAM MORASH. Toronto (681) 

Mechanical, I'.T.S.; Residence Social Rep. Ajax II; Class Rep. 
Mechanical Club II; Vice-President 5T0 III; Skule Nite Stage hand 
III-IV; Swimming S.P.S. IV. 
Future: — Trip to Europe. Sales Engineering. 



IAN FRANCIS MORCH. England. 
Mechanical. Appelby College. 
Future: — Osgoode Hall. 



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RUSSELL ST.A.NLEY MORDEN. Hamilton. Ont. (683) 

Chemical. Westdale C.I.; Chemical Club Res. 728 House Chairman. 

PAUL JOHN MORGAN. Grimsby, Ont. (684) 

Electrical. Grimsby High; Field Trip Committee IV; Engineering 
Sales. 
Future: — Let my wife take it easy for four years. 



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JAMES L. MORRIS. Toronto 

Mechanical, Lakefield Prep.; Divisional officer, U.N.T.D. 



(685) 



ROBERT HUGH MORRIS, Toronto «AX (686) 

Mechanical. VI.C.C. 

HUGH .ALEX-ANDER MORROW. Hamilton. Ont. (687) 

Meclianical. Delta C.I. 
Future: — Wealth. Riches and Fame. 

JAMES HENRY MORTON. Toronto (688) 

Engineering and Business, Danforth Tech.; Swimming; Tennis; 
Skiing. 
Future: — Post grad work at Toronto. 

JOHN FLETCHER MOTYER, Pembroke, Bermuda. (689) 

Electrical. Saltus Grammar School; Swimming Team Ajax IV; 
Soccer Jr. S.P.S.;S.P.S. II-III. 

JOHN ALEXANDER MOWAT. Niagara Falls, Ont. (690) 

Mechanical, Stamford C.I.; Student Member A.S.M.E. ; Student 
Member A.P.E. 
Future: — Consulting Engineering. 

THOMAS KENNETH MOYNIHAN. Toronto (691) 

Chemical. Northern Vocational; Industrial Chemical Club I-IV; 
Secretary-Treasurer II; Representative III. 
Future: — Chemical equipment design. 

EWART RANKIN MULLIN. Belleville. Ont. (692) 

Electrical, Belleville C.I.; Spent summers keeping 'em rolling on the 
C.N.R. 

PHILLIP RALPH MUNRO, .'^jax. Ont. (693) 

Electrical. Saint John High. N.B.; Music; Amateur Radio; Arrived 
in 3rd year U. of T. from Mount .Allison L'niversity. 
Future: — Hope to join R.C.N. 



MASA MURAKAMI. Midland vale. Alta. 
Mechanical. Drumheller High. 

,S. Mc. MURDOCK 
Mechanical. 

JOHN ALEXANDER MURPHY, Ottawa, Ont. 
Mechanical. St. Patrick's College. 



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(695) 

(696) 

JOHN EDGAR LAWRENCE MURPHY. Toronto (697) 

Chemical. Jarvis C.I.; C.O.T.C. I-III; C.O.T.C. Ball III; Industrial 
Chemical Club IV; Skule Nite Machine IV. 
Future: — Marry and start raising more spooks and engineers. 



JOHN PHILIP CHISWELL MURRAY, Toronto 
Civil, U.T.S. 
Future: — Immediate entry into field of Engineering. 

JOHN SIMPSON MURRAY, Toronto 
Chemical, Danforth Tech. 
Future: — Industrial Chemical Engineering. 



(698) 



(699) 



JOHN TYRER MURRAY. London. Ont. (700) 

Mining. South C.I.; Co-Treasurer — Loose Moose International; 
C.I.M.M. 

STANLEY THOMAS Ml'RRAY. Toronto (701) 

Chemical. Oakwood C.I. 

STUART ELLIOT MURRAY, Warren, Man. (702) 

Chemical, Grahamdale High. 

WALTER JOHN MYCHALEWYCZ, Waterford, Ont. (703) 

Electrical, Waterford High. 

MICHAEL COLOMAN NADAS. Brantford. Ont. (704) 

Chemical. Brantford C.I.; Violinist, in Gypsy String Orchestra. 

MARK KANEYASU NAGATA, Toronto (705)' 

Chemical, Jarvis C.I.; Nisei Students Club I-IV; Social Director 
N.S.C. II; Swimming S.P.S. II; Water polo I; Intermediate Inter- 
collegiate Swimming IV; I.S.O. III-IV; Table Tennis IV. 
Future: — Exporting Field. 



A. I. NEIL 
Civil. 



NORMAN ELWYN NEILANS, Clinton, Ont. 
Civil, Clinton C.I. 



(706) 



(707) 




JOHN LENNARD NEILSON. Toronto (708) 

Civil. Northern Vocational; Basketball; Skiing; Golf; Beethoven. 
Future: — Post grad work at S.P.S. or at K.C.R. 







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DAVID WILLARD NELSON. Allenford, Ont. 
Mechanical. Owen Sound C.I. 

MAURICE HUGH NELSON, Petrolia. Ont. 
Civil, Sarnia High; Hart House Ajax Glee Club. 



(709) 



(710) 



REIDMAR NESSET, Oslo, Norway. (711) 

Aeronautical, Aars and Voss, Oslo, Norway. 

Future: — Post grad work at M.I.T. if possible. Later return to 
R.N.A.F. 



PETER EDWARD NEWDICK. Toronto BOH (712) 

Engineering and Business, LLT.S.; First Year Rep. Chemical Club I; 
Secretary-Treasurer of Ajax Residence II; Secretary of BOH 
Fraternity III; Skule Nite Committee IV. 

CHARLES ROBERT NEWELL, Tillsonburg, Ont. (713) 

Mechanical, Tillsonburg High. 

RALPH ARTHUR NOBLE. Oshawa, Ont. (714) 

Chemical, Oshawa C.I.; Industrial Chemical Club I-I\'. 
Future: — Lead a leisurely life. 

ROSS NORGROVE, Toronto (715) 

Mechanical, Northern Vocational. 

CHARLES NORMAN, Prince Albert, Sask. (716) 

Aeronautical. Prince Aftert C.I.; .'Aeronautical Club I-IV; Hart 
House Glee Club I-IV; I.A.S. I-IV. 
Future: — Work at A. V. Roe. 

GEORGE EDWARD NORM.\N. Copper Cliff, Ont. (717) 

Metallurgy, Copper Cliff High; Hockey S.P.S. IV, 3rd Vr.; Coach 
S.P.S. VI. 4th Yr.— Skiing. 
Future: — Bring Snow to Ontario. 

DONALD GRANT NORRIS, Belwood, Ont. (718) 

Mechanical, Fergus High. 
Future: — Engineering Sales Manager. 

RONALD NORRIS GATES, Welland, Ont. (719) 

Chemical, Welland High; Industrial Chemical Club I-IV; Vice- 
Chairman 722 II; Basketball II-IV; Volleyball; Tennis II. 
Future: — DuPont or bust!! 



JOSEPH P. M. O'DONOGHUE, St. Catharines, Ont. (720) 

Chemical. St. Catharines C.I.; Newman Club I-IV; Industrial 
Chemical Club I-IV; Golf; Lacrosse; Basketball. 
Future; — Who Knows! 



RICHARD GRANT OFFICER. Calgary, Alta. (721) 

Aeronautical. Central C.I.; Aero. Club I-IV; I..'\.S.; Ajax Flying 
Club II; Model Building; Bridge. 
Future: — Design Engineering. 

WILLIAM MICHAEL MacDONALD OGDEN, Toronto (722) 

Mining Geology. Ridley College; Vice-President Coleman Club; 
Badminton Racquet Club; 48th Highlanders of Canada; Royal 
Canadian Military Institute. 
Future; — Post grad at Toronto. 



JOHN BRUCE OGG, Toronto 

Mechanical, Malvern C.I.; A.S.M.E, 



(723) 



ROBERT HOWARD OGRADY, Vancouver, B.C. A X A (724) 

Engineering and Business. King George High; Residence Social 
Representative I; House Chairman II; .■\jax Football Team II. 

EUGENE FRANCIS O'KEEFE, Toronto (725) 

Chemical, Danforth Tech.; Newman Club; Vice-Chairman of Resi- 
dence 739 I; Bowling; Industrial Chemistry Club. 
Future: — Get a job. get married, raise a family, and live happily ever 
after. 

.\RTHUR RAYMOND OLIVER, Haliburton. Ont. 6 A X (726) 

Mechanical. Vaughan Rd. C.I.; Hart House (.Ajax) .Arts Committee 
II; Bowling; Hockey; Interested in the future of internal combustion 
engines! 
Future: — Get married and raise six kids. 



KENNETH OWEN OLIVER. Toronto 

Chemical, Malvern C.I.; Industrial Chemical Club I-I\'. 
Future; — Live life to the full. 



EARL JOHN ORR, Pembroke, Ont. 
Civil, Pembroke High. 



JAMES FRANCIS ORR, Toronto 

Chemical. Danforth Tech.; Stamp Collector. 

Future; — Employment in the pulp and paper industry. 



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ROMAN OSADCHUK, Bradford. Ont. (730) 

Metallurgy, Bradford High; Athletic Director of Ukrainian Students' 
Chib; Intermediate Soccer Blues; Member of M. and M. Club. 
Future: — Post graduate studies. 

WILLIAM WARD OSBORX. Gait, Ont. (731) 

Civil. Gait C.I. 
Future: — Enlistment with Canadian Army R.C.E. 

WILLIAM .\LEXANDER OSBORNE, Merlin, Ont. (732) 

Electrical, Merlin High. 
Future: — S. America? 

STAN ISLAUS SULLIVAN O'SH EA, Toronto (733 ) 

Chemical, De La Salle "Oaklands". 
Future :^Industry or Post grad work. 

WILLIE OSTVIIC, Toronto (734) 

Civil, North Toronto C.I.; 
Future: — Married life and making some money. 



JOHN AINLEY WILSON OTTON, Sudbury. Ont. (735) 

Electrical, Sudbury High; Swimming; Lacrosse; Water polo. 
Future: — Professional Practice. 



KENNETH DAVID JOHN OWEN, Toronto (736) 

Aeronautical, Prince Albert CI.; Aeronautical Club; I..\.S. Member; 
Flying. 
Future:— A.E. Branch— R.C.A.F. 

ROY HAROLD PADDON, Toronto (737) 

Mining, Humberside C.I.; Student Member of Professional Engineers 
of Ontario I-IV; M. and M. Club I-IV. 
Future: — Successful family and business life. 



GEORGE ARTHUR PALMER, Toronto 

Electrical, Central Tech.; Electrical Club I-IV; Worked for 
Bell and Avro during the summer months. 
Future: — Ambition — to end it all — school that is! 

REGINALD ERROL GAY PALMER. Port Arthur. Ont. 
Chemical, Port .Arthur C.I.; Raising a family. 
Future: — Chemical Engineer in Industry. 

JACK GEORGE PARISH, Toronto 

Engineering and Business, Western Tech. 



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Mother 



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(740) 



DAVID EASTMAN PARSONS. Toronto (741) 

Metallurgy. North Toronto C.I.; Mining and Metallurgical Club I- 
IV; A.S.M.; House Chairman 733, Ajax. 



GORDON DELILE PASCOE, Oshawa, 
Mechanical, Oshawa C,V. I. 
Future: — A job. 



Ont. 



(742) 



NORMAN REED PATERSON. London. England. KA (743) 

Engineering Physics. Trinity College School; S.P.S. Soccer II-IV; 
Intermediate III; Year Executive III; House Manager Fraternity IV; 
Chairman Interfaculty Soccer IV. 
Future: — Post grad at U.B.C. 



WILLIAM DON.ALD PATON, Toronto 
Civil, Lawrence Park C.I.; Civil Club I-IV; 
Future: — Post grad work at Varsity. 



(744) 
Y.M.S.C. (Service Club). 



ARCHIBALD MOFFAT PATRICK, Vaughan Twp.. Ont. (745) 

Mechanical, Earl Haig C.I.; Mechanical Club I-IV; S.P.S. Lacrosse 
Team IV. 

DAVID MARSTERS PATTILLO. Truro. N.S. (746) 

Chemical. Truro High; B. Sc, Chemistry and Mathematics, .Acadia 
University. '48. 
Future: — Law, Dalhousie University. 

HOWARD BYRON PEACH, Port Morien, N.S. (747) 

Mining Geology, Glace Bay High; Mining and Metallurgy Club; 
Hart House Glee Club, 



D. K. PEARCY 
Chemical. 

JOHN ROBERT PEDLAR 

Engineering and Business. 

SIDNEY FREDERICK PEDWELL, Toronto 
Mechanical. Danforth Tech.; A.S.M.E. IV. 
Future: — Ultimate consulting work. 



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(749) 
(750) 



WILLIAM HERBERT PENHORWOOD. Toronto (751) 

Engineering and Business. Central Tech.; Basketball I-IV; Volleyball 
I-IV; Swimming; .Athletic Representative at -Ajax. 
Future: — Generally Industrial Engineering. 




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R. M. PENROSE . 
Engineering Physics. 



(752) 



GORDON HENRY JOHN PETHERICK, Toronto (753) 

Engineering and Business. Yorlc Memorial C.I.; Treasurer, Engineer- 
ing Society III; Chairman, Engineering and Business Club IV; 
Finance Committee; Skule Dinner; Skule Nite; Skule At-Home III; 
Grad Ball IV; Basketball III-IV. 



BORIS WILLIAM PETRONISHIN. Oshawa. Ont. (754) 

Chemical. Oshawa C.I.; Photography; Tennis; Debates. 
Future: — Work a year before taking post graduate course. 

EDGAR ALFRED PETT, Niagara Falls, Ont. (755) 

Mechanical, Niagara Falls C.V.I.; Member .\.P.E. of Ont. 
Future: — Plan to enter Industry. 

CLAUDE AUSTIN PHELAN, Toronto (756) 

Mining Geology, St. Michael's College School. 

ALLAN GORDON PHILLIPS. Toronto (757) 

Engineering and Business. North Toronto C.I.; I.Z.F.A.; U. of T. 
Chapter Member, Hillel Foundation. 

Future: — A good job, a wonderful wife, and a lot of little responsibili- 
ties. 

HARVEY RAYMOND PICKFORD, Toronto (758) 

Mechanical, Oakwood C.I.; Engineering Society IV; Students 
.Administrative Council IV; Skule Night III-IV; Basketball, Ajax II, 
S.P.S. III-IV; Boxing S.P.S. III. 
Future: — More hydraulics. 



BRUCE JOHN PILGRIM, Orillia, Ont. (759) 

Mechanical, Orillia C.I.; Mechanical Club; S.P.S. Lacrosse Team I- 
IV. 



DAVID YOUNG PLUMB, Petrolia, Ont. 

Engineering and Business, Petrolia High; Golf. 



ROBERT Y. POGONTCHEFF, Niagara Falls. Ont. 
Mechanical. Niagara C. I.; Interfaculty Basketball I-IV. 



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(761) 



GEORGE ARTHUR PON, Toronto (762) 

Engineering Physics, Vaughan R6ad C.I.; Engineering Physics Club 
I-IV; Secretary-Treasurer III; Hockey. 
Future: — Post grad Work. 

LEONARD STEPHEN PONZO, Toronto (763) 

Engineering Physics, Western C.I.; Engineering Physics Club I-IV. 
Future: — Employment. 



JOHN WILLIAM POTTER. Niagara Falls, Ont. 
Electrical. Niagara Falls C.I.; Basketball III. 



MURRAY NELSON POTTS, Toronto 
Electrical. Oakwood C.I. 



VICTOR R. O. PRASKEY, Arden, Ont. 
Civil. Perth C.I.; Wooden Gun Hunt Club. 



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(765) 
(766) 



JOHN BERNARD PRESCOTT, Vancouver. B.C. (767) 

Engineering and Business, Newman Club: Coach Ajax and Sr. S.P.S. 
Lacrosse. 
Future: — Post Graduate work at some LI.S. College. 



ROYDEN CHARLES PETER PRESTON. Toronto (768) 

Civil. East York C.I.; Student Member of the Association of Profes- 
sional Engineers of Ontario and Engineering Institute of Canada; 
Tennis; Swimming. 
Future: — Employment. 



STANLEY CHARLES PRESTON, Toronto 
Engineering Physics, Rehab. 

PETER PRESUNKA, Dauphin, Man. 
Engineering Physics. Dauphin C.I. 

ELBERT GORDON PRICE, Montreal, Que. 
Engineering Physics, Montreal High. 



(769) 
(770) 
(771) 



PAUL ALLAN PRIMEAU. St. Catharines. Ont. (772) 

Chemical, St. Catharines C.I.; Newman Club; Industrial Chemical 
Club; Oratorical Society; Tennis; Golf. 
Future: — Industrial Engineering or Industrial Management. 



G. P. PROULX 
Chemical. 

ALAN WILLETT PUFFER, Toronto 
Mechanical. Humberside C.I. 



(773) 



(774) 



130 



APPLIED SCIENCE AND ENGINEERING 



JOHN LAUGHLAN PULFORD. Barrie. Out. ATA (775) 

Engineering and Business. Vauglian Road C.I.; Athletic Stick 194<> 
Queens University; Baslietball; Boxing; Football; Skiile Niglit III; 
Producer Skule Night IV. 
Future: — Northern Electric. 



WILBUR CORDELL PURCELL. Fort William. Ont. 
Civil. Fort William Vocational; Civil Club. 



HAROLD GORDON PVNN. Toronto 
Mechanical, Runnymede C.I. 



(776) 



(777) 



RALPH DOUGLAS PVNN. Toronto (778) 

Electrical. Runnymede C.I.; Canadian Amateur Radio Operators 
Association; Association of Professional Engineers of Province of 
Ont.; Institute of Radio Engineers. 
Future: — Public Utilities. 



ALLAN P. QUALLY, Rosebank, Ont. (77")) 

Mechanical, Foremost High, Alta.; A.S.M.E. ; Ontario Association of 
Professional Engineers. 

EDWARD MURRAY RADFORD. Toronto (780) 

Mechanical, York Memorial C.I.; Ajax Camera Club I; Sketching 
Club I; Basketball; Bowling; Tennis. 
Future: — A job in industry. 

CHRISTIAN RAND. Oslo. Norway (781) 

Electrical. Stab. K.H.A. Norway; Committee Member, Hart House 
Camera Club III, (.Ajax) II. 
Future: — Post grad work, electronics — M.I.T. 



FRANK NORMAN RANDLES. Hamilton, Ont. (782) 

Mechanical. Central C.I. 

Future: — Will likely be with the International Harvester Co., 
Hamilton Works. 



GEORGE ALEXANDER RANKIN, Toronto (783) 

Civil, Western Tech.; Civil 5T0 Basketball Team III. 



CYRIL JOHN RANSOM, Kamsack, Sask. (784) 

Mechanical. Kamsack High. 



HERBERT CHARLES RATZ, Hamilton, Ont. (78.S) 

Engineering Physics. Hamilton C.I.; .^jax Chess Club I-II. 

JOHN BENNETT REA, Toronto (786) 

Mechanical, Western Tech.; Student Member A.S.M.E.; Student 
Member A.P.E.; Sr. S.P.S. (Ajax) Football II; Member, The Argo- 
naut Club (Sr. 155 lb. Eight). 
Future: — If possible post grad work and crew at Cornell University. 



THOMAS W. READE, Toronto 

Mechanical, North Toronto C.I.; .\.S.M.E. 



(787) 



CHARLES GARNER REID. Toronto (788) 

Electrical. East York C.I.; Student Member of Association of 
Professional Engineers of Ontario. 
Future: — Work for a living. 



GEORGE ELDON REID. Ottawa. Ont. 
Mechanical, Lisgar C.I.; A.S.M.E.; E.I.C. 
Future: — Pulp and paper industry. 



ROSS F. REID. Toronto 

Mechanical, Oakwood C.I.; Mechanical Club II-IV; 

•Ajax (W-2). 

Future; — R.C.A.F. Engineering. 



(789) 



(7Q0) 
Basketball 



RUSSELL REYNOLDS, Toronto f79I) 

Engineering Physics, Vaughan Road C.I.; Engineering Physics Club 
I-IV; Skiing; Tennis. 



JAMES EDWARD RICHARDS, Toronto 

Mechanical. Danforth Tech.; S.P.S. Hockey III-IV. 
Future: — Design Engineer. 



(792) 



ROBERT D.AVID RICHARDS. Toronto (793) 

Chemical. Lisgar C.I.; Industrial Chemistry Club I-IV; S.P S 
Rugby II-IV; Basketball. S.P.S. Chem. III-IV. 
Future: — Work in industry, preferably in industrial chemistry. 



BRUCE ALFRED RICHARDSON, Newtonbrook, Ont. 
Engineering and Business., Earl Haig C.I. 



(794) 



ROBERT JOHN RICHARDSON, North Bay, Ont. i; N (79.S) 

Chemical, North Bay C.V.I. ; -Athletic Committee -Ajax II; Basketball 
S.P.S. III-IV; Skiing. 
Future: — Post grad work. 




131 



APPLIED SCIENCE AND ENGINEERING 




ROBERT THOMPSON RICHARDSON. Saskatoon, Sask. (796) 

Chemical, City Park C.I.; Chairman, Joint House Committee, Ajax 
II; Board of Stewards, Hart House Ajax II. 



WESLEY LEEDS RICHARDSON, Toronto 
Civil, Upper Canada College. 
F'uture: — Construction. 



(797) 



WILLIAM PAUL RICKARD. Toronto (798) 

Engineering and Business, U.T.S.; Skule Night; I.S.S. Campaigns; 
"Red Feather" Campaigns. 



EARLE B. RIDER, Toronto 
Electrical. Harbord C.I. 



VERNON ARTHUR RILEY. Mimico. Ont. 
Chemical. Cobourg C.I.; Sports in General. 
Future: — Employment. 



FRANCIS DONALD RIPLEY. Orillia, Ont. 
Chemical. Rehab.; Pipefitter, n'th class. 
Future: — M.I.T. (maybe). 



HUGH FRANCIS RITCHIE, Toronto 
Electrical, North Toronto C.I. 



RICHARD JOSEPH ROACH. Toronto 
Metallurgy, St. Michael's. 



VINCENT LAWRENCE ROBBINS, Alberta. 
Engineering and Business. 



CAMPBELL RFID ROBERTSON. Toronto 
Civil, Lawrence Park C.I. 



(799) 
(800) 

(801) 

(802) 
(803) 
(804) 

(80S) 



HOWARD JOHN ROBERTSON, Stratford, Ont. (806) 

.Aeronautical. Stratford C.I.; Aero. Club I-IV; Camera Club I-IV- 
I..A.S. I-IV; R.C.A.F. University Auxilliary. 
Future: — Permanent Air Force or Civilian Occupation. 



ACIE THOMPSON ROBINSON, Toronto 
Electrical. Brockville C.I. 



C. R. ROBINSON 

Chemical. 



(807) 
(808) 



DONALD CLARE ROBINSON. Mitchell. Ont. (809) 

Mechanical, Mitchell High; Student Member A.S.M.E.; Mechanical 
Club. 
Future: — Engineering and Industry. 

GEORGE ALVIN ROBINSON. Petitcodiac. N.B. (810) 

Mechanical. Petitcodiac Superior School; Mechanical Club; Camera 
Club. .Ajax. 
Future: — Engineering Practice. 

WILLIAM JOHN ROBIN.SON. Guelph. Ont. (811) 

Electrical. Guelph C.I. 
Future: — To get busy. 

JAMES MILTON RODDY. St. Catharines. Ont. (812) 

Engineering and Business. St. Catharines C.I. 

THOM.AS MacINTOSH RODGER, Parry .Sound. Ont. (813) 

Electrical. 



ROBERT EDWARD RODGERS. Barrie. Ont. (814) 

Mechanical. Barrie C.I. ^ 

Future: — To study flow of fluids through restricted orifices. 



ROBERT WILLIAM RODGERS. Gait, Ont. (815) 

Chemical, Niagara Falls C.I.; Chemical Engineers' Bas'ketball III; 
Industrial Chemical Club. 



ROY WILLIAM RODMELL. Toronto (816) 

Engineering Physics, Geophysics, Danforth Tech.; Engineering 
Physics Club I-IV. 



JOHN JAMES ROE, Toronto ATA (817) 

Engineering and Business. London South C.I.; Engineering Society. 
.Ajax I; Track Team (Ajax) Football, Blues III. 



LESLIE DONALD ROSE, Toronto 
Chemical. Parkdale C.I. 
Future: — Industry. 



(818) 



132 



APPLIED SCIENCE AND ENGINEERING 



RALPH HENRY ROSEN, Leamington. Ont. 
Mechanical. Leamington High. 
Future: — Maintenance Engineering. 



(819) 



ALAN TAIT ROSS, Toronto BOH f820) 

Civil. Humberside C.L; Torontonensis Representative for Slcule IV. 



BURNS McKAY ROSS, Woodstock, Ont. (821) 

Civil. Woodstock C.L; S.E.LC; Student Member. Ont. .Association 
Professional Engineers. 



HUBERT A. ROTH. Tavistock. Ont. 
Electrical, Tavistock Continuation. 



(822) 



BRENTON SCOTT ROWE. Bowmanville. Ont. ATA (823) 

Engineering and Business. Northern Vocational; S.P.S. Senior Rugbv 
111; Rugby Captain IV; Skule Nite. 
Future: — Go everywhere — do everything. 



JOSEPH ROZYCKI. Toronto 
Chemical. Central Tech. 
Future: — Work in industry. 



JAMES DEMPSEY RUNCIM.A.N. Stratford. Ont. 
Mechanical. Stratford C.I. 



CH.ARLES ERIC ST. JOHN. Uxbridge. Ont. 
Electrical. Uxbridge High. 



(824) 



(825) 



(826) 



MARGIT SAMEL. Toronto (827) 

Engineering Physics; Engineering Physics Club; House Chairman. 
.Ajax Men. 



OSCAR C. SAMUEL. Kitchener. Ont. (828) 

Chemical, Kitchener-Waterloo CL; Industrial Chemical Club I-IV; 
in Chemical Basketball Team; Track and Field (Ajax). 
Future: — Industry. 



DONALD JAMES FRANCIS SANDERS. Cornwall.'Ont. 
Chemical. Cornwall C.L; 2 Years Ajax Glee Club. 
Future: — Industrial Varnishes. 



WILLIAM HENRY SANDERS. Toronto 
Engineering Physics. Central Tech. 



PERCY GLEN SANDERSON. Dresden. Ont. 
Electrical. Petrolia C.L 



(829) 



(830) 



(831) 



RUDY S.ARCHESE. Hillcrest, Alta. (832) 

Aieronautical. St. Mary's C.L; .\jax Flying Club I. II; Newman Club 
I-IV; Vice-President IV; .\ero. Club LIV; Camera Club I-IV; 
Institute of .Aeronautical Sciences; R.C.A.F. LIniversity .Auxiliary. 
Future; — Raising a family. 



W.ALTER ROBERT SARGENT. Windsor. Ont. 
Electrical. Windsor Tutorial. 



(833) 



DONALD SAWYER. Oshawa. Ont. (834) 

Mechanical. Oshawa C.L; S.P.S. Hockey II-III; S.P.S. Lacrosse 
in-IV; S.P.S. Hockey IV. 
Future: — Eat. drink and make merry. 



HARRY EMERY SAXTON, St. Catharines. Ont. (835) 

Metallurgy. St. Catharines C.L; 2 yrs. Executive Member Hart 
House (Ajax) Glee Club. 



WILLIAM GERALD SAYERS. Toronto (836) 

Mechanical, Nutana C.L 



ARTHUR EDW.ARD SC.AMMELL (837) 

Metallurgy. 



ALBERT EDWARD LEWIS SCHMUCK. Waterloo. Ont. (838) 

'•"Aeronautical, St. Jerome's College. 



GERALD SCHNITZLER. Toronto (839) 

Engineering and Business, Walkerton'High. 
Future: — Have fun. 




133 



APPLIED SCIENCE AND ENGINEERING 




ARTHUR BERT SCHWARTZ. Toronto (840) 

Aeronautical, Member of Institute of Aeronautical Sciences III-IV; 
Aeronautical Club I-IV; Hillel III. IV; The Varsity Reporter I. 
F'uture: — Aircraft Design Work. 

DAVID HAROLD SCOTT, Toronto (841) 

Engineeridg and Business, U.T.S.; Stage Manager. Ajax I; Assistant 
Stage Matiager, Skule Nite III; Golf. 



JOHN JACKSON SCOTT. Toronto 
Chemical. Lawrence Park C.I. 



(842) 



NATHANIEL SETON SCOTT. Waterdown, Ont. (843) 

Mining. Burlington High; Football Team II; Mining and Metallurgy 
Club Executive I-lII; President Ale and Quail Club I-I\'; Rugby 
Week-ends. 
Future: — Do some Bay Street Mining. 



W. R. SCOTT 
Mining. 



(844) 



DOUGLAS HAIG SCRATCH. Windsor. Ont. (845) 

Electrical. Patterson C.I. 

Future: — A good husband to my beautiful wife and a good father to 
my adorable daughter. 



JAMES RUSSELL SCRIMES. Toronto 

Engineering and Business. St. Michael's College School. 



(846) 



ROBERT SCOTT SCROGGINS, Gait. Ont. A X (847) 

Ceramics. Gait C.I.; Ceramics Club President IV; Engineering 
Society Basketball IV. 
Future: — A soft job. 



WILLIAM JAMES SEAL, Gananoque. Ont. (848) 

Engineering and Business. Gananoque High; Majored in beer and 
girls. 
Future: — Girls and Beer. 



JOHN SCOTT SEDGWICK. Toronto 
Civil. Northern Vocational C.I. 
Future: — Construction. 



PETER LESLIE SEELEY. Toronto^ 
Engineering and Business. Scollard Hall. 



J. J. SELBV 
Chemical. 



(849) 



(850) 



(851) 



RAYMOND R. SENYK. Hamilton. Ont. (852) 

Mechanical. F. R. Close Technical Institute; Social Convener II 
(Residence). 
Future: F^mployment in industry. 

RICHARD HENRY SHAND, Toronto (853) 

Engineering Physics. Runnymede C.I.; Track; Badminton; Skiing; 
Bridge. 
F'uture: — Future in industry. 



WILLIAM SHARPE. Toronto 
Electrical. Harbord C.I. 



(854) 



GE;0RGE HEPWORTH SHAW. Toronto (855) 

Engineering and Business. Malvern C.I.; Hart House Glee Club I-IV; 
Canterbury Club IV, S.P.S. Representative. 

RICHARD NICHOL.\S SHEARLY, Toronto (856) 

Aeronautical. Western Tech. and Comm.; Member — Institute of the 
Aeronautical Sciences. 

MICHAEL KENNETH SHELLEY. Toronto OAX (857) 

Engineering Physics. Forest Hill C. I. ; Photography editor Transactions 
and Year Book III; Toike Oike Stafif III; Engineering Physics 
Club I-IV. 
Future: — Sparks and shocks. 

KENNETH FRED SHEPARD. Toronto (858) 

.Aeronautical, Malvern C.I.; Student Member. I.A.S.; .Aero. Club 
III-IV; Aero. Basketball. 
Future: — Technical Officer, R.C.A.F. Regular. 

ROBERT EDWARD SHIELS, Winnipeg. Man. (859) 

Chemical. Gordon Bell High. 

FUMIHARU RICHARD SHIOZAKI. Toronto (860) 

Mechanical. Britannia High; A.S.M.E. 

JOHN HENDERSON SHIRRIFF, Toronto *rA (861) 

Chemical. U.T.S.; S.P.S. Swim Team IV. 
Future: — Post grad work at M.I.T. 



134 



APPLIED SCIENCE AND ENGINEERING 



JOHN JOSEPH SHOKMAKKR. Windsor, Ont. 
Electrical, Windsor Vocational. 



W. LESLIE SHUTTLF;W0RTH, Banff, Alta. 
Electrical, Banff High. 



MERVVN FRED SIBERRY, Toronto 
Engineering and Business, Jarvis C.L 



(862) 



(863) 



(864) 



RUSSELL AUBREY SILK. Toronto (865) 

Mechanical, Western Tech.; Chairman of Residence 730 ."Xjaic II; 
Member Joint Hou.se Committee .^jax II. 
Future: — Ultimate Consulting Engineering. 



KENNETH ROSS SIMMONS, Toronto 

Engineering and Business. North Toronto C.I. 



WILLIAM ROBERT SIMMONS, Toronto 
Engineering and Business. Humberside C.L 



JOHN MURRAY SIMON, Spencerville. Ont. 
Mechanical, Spencerville High. 
Future: — Hope to work for the H.E.P.C. 



A. F. SIMPSON 
Mining. 



ROY EDWARD SIMS, Toronto 
Civil, Rehab. 
Future: — Municipal E^ngineering. 



ELDON McCUAIG SINCLAIR, Toronto 



(866) 



(867) 



* A e (868) 



(869) 



(870) 



A A * (871) 



Engineering and Business, Trinity College School; Varsity Football 



JOHN EDMUND SINNOTT. Port Hope. Ont. (872) 

Electrical, Port Hope High; Volleyball III; Volleyball S.P.S. III. 



STAN ISLAUS FLORIAN SISCOE, Val D'Or, Que. (873 ) 

Metallurgy. De La Salle College; A.S.M.; Public Speaking Course; 
Salesmanship at L'niversity Extension; Tennis; Hunting and Fishing; 
Study Club on Co-operative Housing. 
Future: — Industry. 



VICTOR JOSEPH SKOF, Ljubljana, Slovenia, Yugoslavia (874) 

Civil, Technical High, Ljubljana; Newman Club. 



DANIEL S. SLADE, Toronto 
Mechanical, Malvern C.I. 



JOHN RICHARD SLATER, Hamilton, Ont. 
Metallurgy, Westdale. 
Future: — Industry. 



(875) 



(876) 



ARTHUR THOMAS SLOAN E. Erickson, Man. (877) 

Mechanical, Grandview C.L; Student Member of the E. I.C; 
A.S.M.E.. and A. of P.E. for Ontario; Interested in Radio. 
Future: — Post graduate studies in Nuclear Physics or Business. 



GEORGE SLOBODANUCK, Windsor, Ont. (878) 

Mechanical, Walkerville C.L; Mechanical Club, Class Rep. Ill; 
Student Member .A.S.M.E. 



EDWARD JOHN SLOTWINSKI. Calgary, Alta. 
Electrical. St. Mary's Boys' School. 
Future: — Hope to do communications work. 



LAWRENCE BUELL SMART. Toronto 
Civil, Lakefield Prep.; Football, ."Vjax I. 
Future: — Construction. 



CHARLES EARL GORDON SMITH. Yarmouth, N.S. 
Electrical, Yarmouth .\dacemy. 



CHARLES JOSEPH SMITH, Guelph, Ont. 
Electrical, Stratford CI. 



DONALD SMITH, Windsor, Ont. 

Electrical. Walkerville C.L; Baby-sitting. 
Future: — Eat. .drink and be merry. 



(879) 



(880) 



(881) 



(882) 



(883) 




135 



APPLIED SCIENCE AND ENGINEERING 




FRANK FREDERICK SMITH, Toronto 
Electrical, Malvern C.I. 
Future: — Get a job. 



GEORGE EDWARD SMITH, Hamilton, Ont. 
Electrical, Hamilton Tech. 



HARRY DOUGL.'VS SMITH, Toronto 
Civil, Rehab. 



H. W. SMITH 
Electrical. 



JOHN CLARKE SMITH, Toronto 
Electrical. Malvern C.I. 
Future: — Work?? 



MARVIN RALPH SMITH, Brantford, Ont. 
Electrical, Brantford C.I. 



(884) 



(885) 



(886) 



(887) 



(888) 



(889) 



RONALD COLIN SMITH, Toronto (890) 

Chemical, Riverdale C.I.; Chemical Club I-IV; Skiing; Skating; 
Tennis. 
Future: — Engineering management or post grad work in U.S.A. 



ROBERT D.AVID KENT SMITH, Toronto 
Electrical, Basketball. 
Future: — To start living. 



R. H. SMITH 
Electrical. 



ROBERT NEWMAN SMITH, Sudbury, Ont. 

Mechanical, Sudbury High; 

Future: — Further study in aeronautics. 



(891) 



■(892) 



(893) 



RICHARD RYRIE SMITH, Toronto (894) 

Engineering and Business, North Toronto C.I.;Skule Night Publicity 
Director IV. 

Future: — Engineering Sales — Po^t grad business administration, 
probably in the U.S.A. 



STUART ERASER SMITH, Arthur, Ont. 
Chemical, Arthur High. 



TODD WILLI.A.M SMITH, Windsor, Ont. 
Mechanical, Rehab.; Member of the O.V.O. 



WILFRED JAMES SMITH, Toronto 
Civil, North Toronto C.I. 



(895) 



(896) 



(897) 



WILLIAM PETER SMITH, Toronto (898) 

Electrical. Humberside C.I.; Treasurer. Engineering Society II; Vice- 
Chairman of Ex-Service Committee; Tennis; Squash; Member of 
•'734 P.R.G. and B. Club'. 
Future: — To get some sleep. 



WILLIAM RODERICK SMITH, Burford, Ont. 
Metallurgy, Burford High. 



(899) 



WILLIAM ALPHA SMOKE, Yorkton, Sask. (900) 

Electrical. Yorkton C.I.; Electrical Club III Rep.; Bowling; Movies; 
Amateur Radio; Taught high school 11 yrs. prior to Service. 
Future: — To return to my wife six of the best years of her life. 

ROBERT LEITH SMYTH, Toronto (901) 

Metallurgy, Runnymede C.I.; Class Rep. 11; Blue and White Band I- 
IV. 
Future: — Business course at Western. 



JAMES LEROY SNARR. Toronto 
Mechanical, Western Tech. 
Future: — Industrial work. 



DONALD ROSS SNIDER, Waterloo, Ont. 
Mechanical. Kitchener C.I. 
Future: — Sales Engineering. 



(902) 



* K S (903) 



GEORGE NICHOL SOULIS, Toronto (904) 

Engineering and Business. U.T.S.; Year Executive III; Engmeering 
Society Executive IV; Athletic Representative, .-^jax II; .Athletic 
Association Executive III; Athletic -Association President IV. 
Future: — Engineering Sales. 



136 



APPLIED SCIENCE AND ENGINEERING 



MURRAY FRANKLYN SOUTHCOTE, Toronto (90S) 

Aeronautical, Rehab.; U. of T. Aero Club; Chairman of Toronto 
Student Branch of The Institute of tlie Aeronautical Sciences; Aero. 
Basketball. 
Future; — Rather indefinite. 



LOUDON CRANSTON SPARK. Toronto 
Mechanical. East York C.I.; .A.S.M.E. 



(906) 



(907) 



JOHN HOWE SPRATLEY, Toronto 
Mechanical. Riverdale C.I. 
Future: — Employed by Department of National Defence — R.C.A.F. 



MURRAY ROGERS SPRATT, Toronto 
Chemical, Western Tech. 



ARTHUR GORDON STACEY, Toronto 
Electrical, Central Tech. 



WILLIAM LLOYD STAGER. Ayr, Ont. 
Electrical, Ayr Continuation. 



G. N. STANDING 
Mechanical. 



(908) 



f909) 



(910) 



(911) 



BERNARD ERIC STAPLEY. Toronto (912) 

Engineering Physics, St. Michael's College; Engineering Physics I- 
IV; House Chairman II Year; Skiing; Swimming. 
Future: — Industry. 



CLINTON DALE STARK. Merlin, Ont. 
Mechanical, Tilbury High. 
Future; — Work for a change (Automotive). 



DAVID E. STARRATT, Toronto 

Mechanical, "Activities" unmentionable. 

Future: — The little woman cannot make up her mind. 



GARTH ELMER STARR.\TT, Truro, N.S. 

Electrical. Truro High; Camera Club; Electrical Club I-IV. 
Future: — Public Utilities. 



(913) 



(914) 



(915) 



(916) 



RICHARD ARTHUR ST.\SIOR. Toronto 

Engineering Physics. larvis C.I.; Engineering Christian Fellowship 
I-IV; President IV: Ajax Radio Amateur Club VE3ABQ; Hiking. 
Future: — Post grad work then teaching. 



PETER STAUFT, Petrolia, Ont. 
Mining Geology, Petrolia High. 



(917) 



CLIFFORD JACKSON STEAD. Toronto (918) 

Aeronautical, Malvern C.I.; Aero Club I-IV: Art Class III; I.A.S. I- 
IV. 
Future: — Post grad work at Toronto. 



FRAZER FRANKLIN STEELE. Ottawa. Ont. (919) 

Aeronautical, Glebe C.I.; Basketball S.P.S. IV; and Inter-Residence 
Ajax. 
Future: — To find a good job and look back on it all. 



RALPH OLDERSHAW STEEN, Wallaceburg, Ont. 
Electrical, Wallaceburg High. 



CARL VERNON STEINBERG, Windsor, Ont, 
Mechanical, Kennedy C.I. 
Future: —Air conditioning engineer. 



ROY WILFRED STENBACK. Port Arthur, Ont. 
Mechanical, Port Arthur C.I.; A.P.E 



(920) 



(921) 



(922) 



KENNETH DAVID STEPHENSON. Toronto (923) 

Ceramics, Malvern C.I.; Ceramic Club I-IV; Vice-President IV; 
Publicity Chairman IV; Photography. 
Future: — Work. 



JOHN .•\LVIN STERNALL, Walkerton, Ont. 
Ceramics, Walkerton High; Ceramic Club. 
Future: — Industry. 



WILLIAM THOM.AS STEVENSON, Fort William, Ont. 
Chemical, Fort William C.I. 



(924) 



(925) 




137 



APPLIED SCIENCE AND ENGINEERING 




DONALD ALEXANDER STEWART, Bobcaygeon, Ont. (926) 

Chemical, Weston C.L; Industrial Chemical Club I-IV; Swimming; 
Tennis; Classical Music. 
Future: — Rather Hazy at present; perhaps sales engineering. 



WILLIAM ALEXANDER STEWART, Leaside, Ont. 
Civil, U.T.S. 



(927) 



WILLIAM ALEXANDER STEWART, Toronto (928) 

Engineering and Business. Humberside C.I.; .A.S.M.E. III-IV; Hart 
House Art Club III. 
Future: — Business. 



LEWIS STIENSTRA. Norwich, Ont. 
Electrical, Norwich High. 



MICHAEL STOYANOFF, Toronto 

Civil, Harbord C.L; S.P.S. Ill Basketball. 



(929) 
(930) 



DONALD YOUNG STRACHAN, Winnipeg. Man. (931 ) 

Mechanical, Daniel Mclntyre C.L; Member of Ajax Brass Band and 
Orchestra. 



WILLARD JOHN STRONG, Perth. Ont. 
Electrical. Perth C.I, 
Future: — To do some engineering. 



WALLACE ROSS STROUD, Toronto 
Mechanical, Lawrence Park C.I. 
Future: — Got the degree, got the girl, — just need the job. 



(932) 



(933) 



ROBERT DONALD STRUTHERS, Toronto (934) 

Civil, Jarvis C.L; Ajax Camera Club I-II; S.P.S. Water polo III-IV. 
Future: — Post graduate work, marriage. 

WILLIAM STRYKOSKI, Toronto (935) 

Metallurgy, Jarvis C.L; Captain S.P.S. IV; Basketball. 
Future: — Very vague, probably go into industry with no shift work. 



VICTOR WILLIAM STUBBINGS, Fort William, Ont. 
Engineering Physics, Rehab. 



JOHN REINHOLD STUEBING, Kitchener, Ont. 
Mechanical, Kitchener C.I. 



VAL RAYMOND STURRUP, Toronto 
Civil, Etobicoke C.L 



(936) 
(937) 
(938) 



A. E. SUTHERLAND, Peace River, Alta. (939) 

Aeronautical, Callaghan C.L; S.E.I.C.; Student Member, Institute 
of Aeronautical Sciences. 
Future:— R.C.A.F. 



HOWARD McKENZIE SWEEZIE, Toronto 
Electrical, Danforth Tech. 



A. SWYSZCZUK 
Electrical. 



(940) 



(941) 



WILLIAM JOSEPH SZOSTAK, Abbotsford, B.C. (942) 

Aeronautical, Balfour Tech., Regina; Aeronautical Club; Institute of 
the Aeronautical Sciences. 
Future: — Service Career with the R.C.A.F. 



JUNSO GEORGE TAKATA, Toronto (943) 

Mechanical, Jarvis C.L: Mechanical Club; S.P.S. Soccer, 
Future: — Heating and Air Conditioning Engineer. 

ALBERT GERALD TAYLOR, Weston, Ont. (944) 

Civil, Weston C.L 
Future: — Ontario, Department of Highways. 



EDWARD KENNETH T.AVLOR, Toronto (94S) 

Electrical, Vaughan Road C.L; House Chairman — .Ajax II. 
Future: — Bell Telephone (possible). 



EVERETT BRUCE TAYLOR, Toronto (946) 

Electrical, Western Tech.; Ajax .Amateur Radio Club I. 



RAYMOND R.ALPH TAYLOR, Santos, Brazil (947) 

Electrical, Ridley College. 



WILLIAM STAN TAYLOR, Niagara Falls, Ont. (948) 

Electrical, Niagara Falls C.L 



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APPLIED SCIENCE AND ENGINEERING 



LEON TEMKIN. Toronto _ (<>49) 

Electrical, Harbord C.I.; Interfaculty^Volleybaireach year. 
Future; — Work at chosen profession. 



GLADWELL KEITH TENCH. Waterford, Ont. 
Electrical, Waterford High. 



JOHN DAVID THALER, Chesley, Ont. 
Civil. Chesley High. 



OLE-JACOB THEISEN, Skien. Norway 

Electrical, Skien Off. H. Skole. Skien. Norway. 



(950) 



(951) 



(952) 



GERALD HERBERT THOMPSON, Brampton. Ont. (953) 

Chemical, Brampton High; Industrial Chemical Club I-IV. 
Future; — To enter chemical industry (rubber industry preferred*). 



HARVEY WILSON THOMPSON, Toronto 
Chemical, Owen Sound C.I. 



(954) 



JACK VICTOR THOMPSON, Kenora, Ont. (955) 

Mechanical. Kenora High; A.S.M.E. Student Member; S.P.S. VI 
Basketball III. 
Future: — Hopes of being a good Engineer. 

JOHN PERRY ALE.XANDER THOMPSON, Port Hope, Ont. (956) 
Mechanical, Port Hope High. 

LLOYD GEORGE DAVID THOMPSON. Windsor.Ont. (957) 

Engineering Physics — Geophysics, Patterson (j.L; Flying Club II- 
III. 
Future; — Post grad work. 



MALCOLM SAMUEL THOMPSON, Chatham, Ont. 
Mechanical, Chatham C.I. 



ROY HUBERT THOMPSON, Stirling, Ont, 
Chemical, Stirling High. 



(958) 



(959) 



THOM.AS REID THOMPSON. Penetanguishene, Ont. (960) 

Engineering Physics, Penetanguishene High; Engineering Phvsics 
Club I-IV. 
Future: — Research Engineer. 

ALEXANDER TALBOT THOMSON. Regina, Sask, (961) 

Engineering Physics, Scott CI.; Engineering Physics Club I-IV; 
A.I.E.E. IV. 



STANLEY THOMSON, Toronto 

Civil, Central Tech.; Camera Club I; Swimming. 
Future: — Service with R.C.E. 



(962) 



DONALD SPENCER THORBURN. Hamilton. Ont. 
Electrical, Westdale C.I.; Electrical Club I-IV. 
Future; — Electrical Manufacturing Field. 



PHILIP GEORGE THORNHILL, Toronto 
Metallurgy, Malvern C,I. 



(963) 

(964) 

ARTHUR EDWARD TICKNOR, Port Arthur, Ont. (965) 

Engineering Physics, Port Arthur Technical, Engineering Physics 
Club. 
Future; — Research. 



LAURENCE JOHN PETER TILLSON, Amherstburg, Ont. (966) 
Electrical. General .Amherst High; Ajax Amateur Radio Club I-II; 
Secretary II; Student Member I.R.E.; E.I.C.; Swimming III-IV; 
Amateur Radio Ham (VE3.\WK). 
Future: — Post grad work at Toronto. 



Jack MURRAY TOMLINSON, Schumacher, Ont. 
Civil, Schumacher High. 
Future: — Municipal Engineering. 



PLEWES HAIG WESTCOTT TOOKER, Toronto 
Civil, Gait C.I. 



(967) 



(968) 



GORDON ARTHUR TORRANCE, North Bay. Ont. * K S (969) 
Engineering and Business. North Bay C.I. 
Future; — Road and Building Construction. 



WILLIAM JAMES TOUGH. Toronto (970) 

Civil, East York C.I.; Civil STO Basketball, Minor League Champs 
1948; Photography; Tennis; Skiing. 
Future; — Employment. 




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APPLIED SCIENCE AND ENGINEERING 




RONALD BRUCE TOY. Toronto 
Chemical, North Toronto CT. 



SAMUEL MARTIN TOY, Brantford. Ont. 

Engineering and Business, Upper Canada College. 



(971) 



A KE (972) 



ROBERT MILES TREACY, Hussar, Alta. (973) 

Electrical. Wintering Hills High. 
Future: — Employment as geophysicist in seismic exploration for oil. 



WILLIAM HOWARD TRELEAVEN, Lucknow. Ont. 
Chemical, Lucknow High. 



PAUL TRENKER, Regina, Sask. 
Electrical, Balfour Tech. 



(974) 



(975) 



ROBERT JAMES TRINDER. Windsor, Ont. (976) 

Mechanical, Kennedy C.I.; Student Member A.S.M.E. and Ont. 
Professional Engineers. 



WILLIAM LLOYD KEOWN TROTT, Port Hope. Ont. 
Mechanical, Port Hope High. 



(977) 



ALBERT WILLIAM TRUAX, Leamington, Ont. (978) 

Mechanical, Leamington High; Mechanical Club; Caught a wife. 
Future; — Join Baby Bonus Club. 



LORNE PATRICK TRUDEAU. Ottawa, Ont. 
Engineering Physics, Ottawa Tech, 



MORLEY ERIC TRUEMNER, Arthur, Ont. 

Electrical, Arthur High; Student Member A.LE.E. 
Future: — Work in Communications. 



GORDON ELLISON TUBE, Fort Erie, Ont. 
Electrical, Fort Erie C.I. 



(979) 



(980) 



(981) 



NORMAN BARWICK TUCKER, Kamloops, B.C. (982) 

Aeronautical Engineering, Kamloops High; Ajax Flying Club Vice- 
President I. President II. 



CECIL TURCOTT, Schumacher, Ont. (983) 

Mining, Schumacher High; Senior Intercollegiate Hockey I-IV. 



HARRY FRANCIS TYE, Windsor, Ont. 
Mechanical, Patterson CI. 



NORM.AN ELDON UBELACKER, Stratford, Ont. 

Chemical. Stratford C.I.; Industrial Chemical Club I-IV. 



(984) 



(985) 



ROBERT JOHN URE, St. Catharines, Ont. (986) 

Mining Geology, St. Catharines C.I.; Mining and Metallurgy Club I- 
IV; Coleman Geological Club II-IV. 



LEWIS FREDERICK URRY, Toronto 
Chemical, Bloor C.I. 

DOUGLAS FRANK USHER, Brantford, Ont. 
Electrical, Brantford C.I. 
Future: — Work for Bell Telephone Co. 



(987) 



(988) 



EDWARD J.AY VALLIANT, Toronto (989) 

Electrical, Rehab.; Student Member of Association of Professional 
Engineers of Ontario. 
Future: — Work in Industry. 



ALBERT HENRY VANDERBURGH, Toronto 
Electrical, Forest Hill C.I. 

GUY FERNAND VANNIER, Haileybury, Ont. 
Metallurgy, Haileybury High. 



(990) 



(991) 



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APPLIED SCIENCE AND ENGINEERING 



ISAAS STEPHEN VAN WART. Toronto 
Mechanical, Malvern C.I.; Mechanical Club. 



LEWIS WALTER VAUGHAN. Toronto 
Mechanical. Lakefield Prep. 
Future: — Employment in the Engineering Field. 



(992) 



(993) 



ALBERT HARVEY VICKERS, Prince Albert, Sask. (994) 

Aeronautical, Prince Albert C.I.; LA.S. ; Aero. Club; Vice-Chairman 
LA.S. Ill Year; Pilot of 400 Sqdn. (Aux.) R.C.A.F. 



ROGER ROBERT VINCENT. Toronto 
Chemical. Western Tech.; C.O.T.C. 



ARM IN K. VOSS. Pembroke. Ont. 

Chemical. Renfrew C.I.; S.P.S. Hockey. 
Future: — Work in Industry. Anywhere. 



ELLIS WALKER. Windsor, Ont. 
Mining Geology. 



(995) 



(996) 



(997) 



JAMES KENNEDY W.ALKER, Toronto (998) 

Mechanical. Rehab.; Mechanical Club; Ont. Association of Profes- 
sional Engineers; .A.S.M.E. Tennis; Golf. 



JOHN D. WALKER. Stratford. Ont. (999) 

Civil. Stratford C.I.; S.P.S. Float 111; Blue and White Review IV. 



VICTOR HENRY JAMES WALKER. Stratford. Ont. 
Ceramics. Stratford C.V.I. ; Ceramic Club. 
Future: — Employment in Ceramic Industry. 



WILLIAM EARLING WALKER, King, Ont, 
Chemical, Aurora High. 



(1000) 



(1001) 



WILLIAM WALLACE WALKER. Toronto (1002) 

Mechanical. Oakwood C.I.; Chairman I.S.S. I; House Chairman I; 
Housemaster II; S..A.C. Rep. Ajax II; Producer, Skule Nite III; 
President. Engineering Society II-IV. 
Future: — Nebulous. 



BRUCE CARLING WALLACE. Toronto 

Mechanical. Northern V.C.I. 

Future: — Industrial .'\pplications of Nuclear Energy. 



WALTER ELLIOT WALLS. Toronto 
Electrical. Chesley High. 



(1003) 



(1004) 



ARTHUR ALBERT WALTER, Timmins, Ont. (1005) 

Mechanical, Timmins High; Mechanical Club Rep. I-IV; Treasurer 
II; 734 Rod Gun and Beer Club; Newman Club; Increasing my 
family. 
Future: — To enjoy my family. 



IRVING WALTMAN, Toronto (1006) 

Civil. Harbord C.I.; Civil 5T0 Basketball Champions III; .\thletic 
Representative .Ajax; Basketball Referee .Ajax I-II; Skiing. 
Future: — Industry. 



THOMPSON RAYMER WALTON. Burlington. Ont. 
Chemical, Burlington High. 
Future: — Post grad work at Western. 



CALVIN LAWRENCE WARDEN, Toronto 

Metallurgy, Danforth Tech. 
■ Future: — To learn to play the piano. 



AXA (1007) 



(1008) 



BERNARD ARTHUR W.ARREN. Dundas, Ont. (1009) 

Civil, Westdale C.I.; Engineering Society Executive; Blue and White 
Society; Skule Night; Toike Oike Staff; Four Flushers Quartet; 
Lacrosse; Water polo; Track. 



WILLIAM JOHN WARWICK, Toronto 
Civil. Central Tech. 



W. E. WATERS 

Engineering and Business. 



(1010) 



(1011) 



ALLAN DYNES W.ATSON, Tansley, Ont. (1012) 

Chemical. Burlington High; Sr. S.P.S. Football IV; Chemicals' 
Basketball I II-IV. 
Future: — No definite plans. 









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APPLIED SCIENCE AND ENGINEERING 




JOHN STANNARD WATSON. New Toronto. Ont. 
Mechanical, Mimico High; Happily married man. 
Future: — Engage in hydraulic development and stay as above. 



fl013) 



STUART VERNON WATSON, Toronto 0014) 

Electrical. Western Tech.; Class Representative Ajax II; Spectator 
Extraordinary. 
Future: — To work as an engineer. 



KENNETH LAIRD WAUCHOPE. Toronto 
Metallurgy, Jarvis C.I. 



G. E. WAUGH 
Chemical. 



(1015) 
(1016) 



EDWARD WILFRED WE.AVER. Ottawa. Ont. (1017) 

Metallury, Ottawa Tech.; Ajax Football Team II; Sr. School Foot- 
ball Team III: Played and Coached Sr. School Football Team to 
Mullock Cup Finals; M. and M. Club. 
Future; — Post graduate at U. of T. 

HAROLD STANLEY WEBBER. Toronto (1018) 

Mechanical Danforth Tech.; Photography; Sailing; Swimming. 
Future: — Further experience with Link-Belt Co. — Move eventually 
to automotive industry. Demolish 40 beers. 

ARTHUR EDWARD WEIGH ElL. Elmira, Ont. (1019) 

Civil. Elmira High; President Lutheran University Student Club 
III; Hockey S.P.S.; Table Tennis Club; Tennis; Baseball. 

IRVING BENJAMIN WEINBERG. Toronto (1020) 

Civil, Central Tech.; Musician; Active at .^jax; Ardent Golfer and 
Chess Player. 
Future; — Municipal Work. 

DOUGL.AS CARRICK WEIR. Toronto (1021 ) 

Engineering Physics, Lawrence Park C.I.; Engineering Physics Club. 
Future; — To do heat engineering. 

ROBERT CRAIG WEIR. Toronto (1022) 

Electrical. Western Tech.; Swimming; Photography; Music; Bowling. 
Future: — An interesting job. 

HARRY ALAN WELCH, Strathroy, Ont. (1023) 

Mechanical. Strathroy C.l. 
Future: — Refrigeration Engineering. 

DOUGLAS GEORGE WELLS. Ottawa. Ont. (1024) 

Mechanical. Ottawa Tech. 
Future: — Ask me in 1970 and I'll tell you what they were! 

ERNEST ELGAR WESTON, Sarnia, Ont. (102,S) 

Electrical. .Sarnia C.L; Electrical Club; Chariman IV. 
Future; — Steam generating plant experience. 



JOHN EARL WHELER. Toronto (1026) 

Mechanical, Parkdale C.l. 
Future: — Practise profession. 



WALLACE RAYMOND WHETHAM. Hamilton, Ont. (1027) 

Mechanical. Glenlawn C.L, (Winnipeg); 734 P.R.G. and B. Club. 
Future: — Professional Engineering. 

GEORGEVANSOMERENWHITAKER, Toronto ATA (1028) 
Mining, Lakefield Prep School. 
Future; — Base Metal Mining. 



ALFRED WHITE, Toronto 
Mechanical, Central Tech, 



(1029) 



JOSEPH FREDERICK; WHITE, Timmins, Ont. (1030) 

Mechanical, Timmins High; Mechanical Club; Bringing up three 
fine children. 

Future: — Engineer in a refrigeration or air conditioning manufactur- 
ing concern. 

WILFRED BELMONT WHITE, Dunnville, Ont. (1031 ) 

Engineering Physics, Dunnville High; Engineering Physics Club 1-IV 



DENNIS WHITEHEAD, Toronto 

Chemical, Gait C.L; S.P.S. Soccer I; C.O.T.C. I-II. 
Future: — Move to British Columbia, retire at early age. 



(1032) 



lOHN FRANCIS WHITEHEAD, Toronto (1033) 

Chemical, East York C.L; Industrial Chemistry Club I-IV; Student 
Member of C.I.C.; E.I.C.; Association of Prolessional Engineers of 
Ontario. 
Future: — ChemicallEngineering Degree. 



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RODNEY WILFRKD WHITERN. Toronto 

Engineering and Business. Central Tech.; A.S.M.E. 



(10,54) 



ROBERT DON.ALD WHITT.VICER. Peterborough. Ont. (103S) 

Mechanical, Peterborough C.I.; Ajax— Interresidence Soccer and 
Basketball. 



JOHN E.ASTON WICK, Tottenham, Ont. 
Civil, Tottenham High. 



ORL.AN GUV WICKERSON. Dunnville, Ont. 
Electrical, Dunnville High. 



(1036) 



(1037) 



WALTER GORDON WIGLE. Amherstburg, Ont. (1038) 

Civd. .Amherstburg C.I.; S.P.S. Track II-IV; Basketball II-IV- 
Water polo III-IV; House Athletic Rep. I; Coach, Minor League 
Basketball Champs III. 
Future; — Go places and do things. 



ARNOLD LANCELOT WIGSTON. North Bay. Ont. 
Engineering and Business, North Bay C.I. 
Future; — Lumber business. 



GERALD B. WILKES. Weston, Ont. 
Civil. Lakefield Prep. 
Future; — Construction. 



't>K S (1030) 



(1040) 



JACK WILKINSON, Hamilton, Ont. (1041) 

Chemical. Hamilton Tech.; Chemical Engineering Club; Association 
of Professional Engineers of Province of Ont. 
Future; — To see those far away places. 



JOHN PAYNE WILKINSON, Toronto 

Metallurgy. Runnymede C.I.; S.P.S. Swimming Team III. 
Future; — Relaxation. 



(1042) 



BEVERLY KEITH WILLARD, Brockville, Ont. (1043) 

Engmeermg Physics, Vaughan Road C.I.; Engineering Physics Club 

Future; — Research in Communications. 



DOUGLAS C. F. WILLIAMS. Sudbury, Ont. 
Mining. Sudbury High. 
Future; — Base Metal Mining. 



ATA (1044) 



KENNETH ARTHUR JAMES WILLIAMS, Fonthill, Ont. (104S) 
Civil. Welland C.I. 



CHARLES ELDON WILLIAMSON. Beaverton, Ont. 
Mechanical, Beaverton High. 
Future; — Graduation. 



(1046) 



CHARLES ROBERT WILMOT, Sutton West, Ont. (1047) 

Civil. Sutton Continuation; Charter Member and past President 
Ale and Quail Club. 
Future; — Municipal Engineering and Land Surveying. 

GERALD E. WILSON. Edmonton. Alta. (1048) 

Engineering and Business. Victoria High; Debates Club IV; Track- 
Boxing; Wrestling; Hockey; Tennis; Bridge; Chess; Poker; Music- 
Theatre. 
Future; — Industrial Financial Consultant. 



BRUCE OGDEN WINTER. Toronto 

Engineering and Business, North Toronto C.I. 
Future; — Industrial Sales. 



(1049) 



ROBERT ATLEE WISENER. Toronto (lO.SO) 

Engineering and Business. Trinity College School; I.R.C.; Soccer 
S.P.S.; Squash; Skiing; Sailing. 
Future; — Post grad in Business. 

CHARLES WOLF. Toronto (1051) 

Mechanical. Chatham C.I.; Soccer I-II at .Ajax; Sketching Club Ill- 
Future;— To work preferably on either I.C. engines or hydraulic 
machinery. 

CHARLES SYDNEY WOOD, Toronto (1052) 

Civil, North Toronto C.I.; Blue and White Review IV; S.P.S. 
Float III; General Hell-Raiser around Skule; Tennis. 



GERALD MONTAGUE WOOD, Toronto 

Engineering and Business, Upper Canada College. 

H. WOOD 

Engineering Physics. 



JOHN STEVENSON WOOD. Toronto 
Electrical. Riverdale C.I.; Swimming. 
Future; — Sales Engineer. 



(1053) 
(10.'>4) 
(105S) 




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APPLIED SCIENCE AND ENGINEERING 




MARTON KEITH WOOD, Regina, Sask. (1056) 

Chemical. Ridley College; Vice-Chairman Res. 733 I; Class President 
IV; Skule Nile IV; Blue and White Society IV; Rugby; Golf; 
Swimming. 
Future: — Post grad work. 



ROBERT NORTON WOOD, Toronto (1057) 

Electrical, Riverdale C.I.; Electrical Club; Swimming; Photography. 
Future: — Telephone Communication Work. 



H.A.RRV H. G. WOODSIDE. Windsor, Ont. 
Mechanical, Windsor C.V.I. 
Future: — Industry. 



(1058) 



HERBERT BEATON WOOLLATT, Windsor, Ont. (1059) 

Engineering and Business, U.T.S.; S.P.S. Hockey III; Basketball A; 
Ajax Softball B; 4 Straight 89's in Intramural Golf Tournament. 
Future: — Return to Windsor and enter paving contracting game. 



HARRY RICHARD WOOTTON, Toronto 
Civil, North Toronto C.I.; Senior S.P.S. Soccer. 
Future: — Civil Engineering Career. 



VERNON ROSS WORKMAN. Toronto 

Civil, Oakwood C.I.; Intercollegiate Speedskating III. 
Future: — Possibly Post grad. 



J. WOTHERSPOON 
Metallurgy. 



DOUGLAS JAMES BOWIE WRIGHT, Toronto 
Electrical, Western Tech. 
Future: — To work as an electrical engineer. 



(1060) 



(1061) 



(1062) 



(1063) 



COLIN BASSETT WRONG, London, Ont. S AX (1064) 

Aeronautical, Forest Hill C.I.; Glee Club (Hart House) !I-IV; I.A.S.; 
Glee Club Committee IV; Aero. Club; Debating I; Squash. 
Future: — Post grad at Toronto. 



SAUL YABLO, Toronto (1065) 

Engineering Physics, Rehab.; Engineering Physics Club I-IV; Hillel 
III-IV; Member of I.R.E.; C.A.P. 
Future: — Be of some use to society. 



RAYMOND GRAHAM YATES, Toronto 

Electrical, East York C.I.; Electrical Club I-IV. 
Future: — To work as an Electrical Engineer. 



STANLEY YEO, Ottawa. Ont. 
Electrical, Glebe C.I. 



(1066) 



(1067) 



GER.A.LD ARTHUR YOST, Wyoming. Ont. (1068) 

Mechanical, Wyoming C.S. ; Association of Professional Engineers 
Prov. of Ontario; A.S.M.E.; Mechanical Club; Masonic Lodge; 
Swimming; Hockey. 
Future: — Mechanical Engineering as applied to industry. 



CALVIN ROBERT YOUNG, Brigden, Ont. 
Mechanical, Sarnia C.I. 



JOHN BROADLEY YOUNG, Toronto 
Mechanical, U.T.S. 



(1069) 



(1070) 



WILLIAM MAYNARD YOUNG, Toronto (1071) 

Mining Geology, Brampton High; Class Representative II-IV; 
Mining and Metallurgical Club; Hart House Glee Club; Hart House 
Camera Club. 
Future: — The oil industry looks promising. 



WILLIAM YUKISH, Sarnia, Ont. 
Civil, Sarnia C.I. 



ALBINO ROMEO ZANATTA, Coniston, Ont. 
Civil, Coniston High; Newman Club; Hockey. 



(1072) 



(1073) 



JOSEPH JOE ZON, Toronto (1074) 

.'\eronautical, Humberside C.I.; Aero. Club I-IV; I.A.S. I-IV. 
Future: — Post grad at Toronto or M.I.T. 



PETER ZRADOWSKY, Toronto 

Chemical. Harbord C.I.; I Football; II Football- 
Future: — Work in Industry. 



-S.P.S. 



(1075) 



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Shades of Ajax 



T/T/HY sigh ye on the name of Ajax, conversation wise, and not, as now, with 
'^ ^ friend? What reason for thy visage Artsmen's ceaseless yakking both afflicted 
dour, thy downcast eye, and thy strange and defiled? 



Ah! and the maid of steam table three; 
Cartwheel Grover; the buxom habituees 
of the Hall of Hoof Flinging in the 
village! Yea, were these not as molten fire 
in men's veins?! Compare ye these with 
the pale child-maidens of the campus! 

And further, are not now the nights 
made hideous with the anguished cries of 
those who must fare forth, barefooted in 
the snow, to traverse half the town to 
find a lab report to copy? A report which 
could, in days agone, be found across the 
hall? Oh traitorous Fate, which so be- 
trays thy chosen sons, return to us our 
Ajax days, with worn-down shoes, all 
shekels spent but credit at full tide, our 
conversation held with men of taste like 
to our own, the carefree barrack jest, with 
the course before, fond memories behind 
and naught but friends on every hand. 
And I could put aside my weariness and 
win the world. 4^ 




lack of joy, tho' beer be in thy hand? Is it 
perchance that thou art bowed beneath 
the blunt-edged axe? Then comfort thee 
with this, that Engineers may find much 
fame, yet doth the fragile Fairy Queen 
called Ready Cash elude always their 
starved and futile grasp. Or has thy 
wench thy trust betrayed, thy best beige 
shorts purloined, thyself deserted . . . .? 

Nay, nay! Worse still it is than that! 
This money-maddened, soul-starved, hu- 
mour-lacking ant hill, that men choose 
to call a city, hems me round. Betwixt 
the ivy covered walls of crumbling stone, 
in slush and snow, the merciless days ride 
swiftly by, harbingers of dread April, 
following fast. And I think on Ajax and am 
sad. Were not my ears then soothed with 




145 




School of 
Architecture 



H. H. MADILL 

O.B.E., V.D., B.A.Sc., F.R.A.I.C. 



T 

JL HE class of 1950 is unique in many ways. It is composed mostly of those who had been in 
the services and started the course in their first year at Ajax in January 1946. The Ajax 
Division was opened at that time to provide for the large enrollment in the Faculty of Applied 
Science and Engineering of which the School of Architecture was then a part. 

Members of the class have contributed to the development of the School while it has 
gone through the "growing pains" of expansion from a school of about fifty students to a peak 
registration of two hundred and seventy-six. They have also contributed greatly to the estab- 
lishment of the School as an independent faculty in the University organization. You have 
developed the Architectural Society to include a wide variety of activities in the interests of 
the undergraduate and the Society has demonstrated its originality and initiative in the crea- 
tion of the "Train of Tomorrow" which received the Alumni Award at the Annual Varsity 
Homecoming Weekend in November. 

1950 is a year of anniversaries. Sixty years ago instruction in architecture was first given 
in the University of Toronto in the newly formed Department of Architecture in the School 
of Practical Science. Professor C. H. C. Wright was head of the Department from its inception 
until he retired in 1934, and was responsible in no small measure for the development of 
architectural education in Canada. He was also active in the profession as a member of the 
Council of the Ontario Association of Architects which also celebrates its sixtieth anniversary 
in 1950. 

We look back over this sixty year period of the profession with considerable satisfaction 
in what has been attained, but we have already entered on a new era, an era when new tech- 
niques and materials produce buildings which are functional in design and exciting in 
appearance. As future members of the profession, you will make your own contribution to 
the work of this era and will assess the merits of the new devices that becomes available to 
you. The course at the School has not supplied you with solutions to a never ending series of 
problems but has aimed at a method of approach in solving the problems as they come and in 
evaluating the merits of the works which you are inspired to produce. 

You are entering the profession at a favourable time when the Services of the architect 
were never in greater demand. Due to the war years and the depression, the age group a few 
years ahead of you exists in very smiall numbers, so unusual opportunities will be available to 
you. I am sure you will measure up to these opportunities ^vith credit to yourselves and 
to the School. I wish you every success.^" 



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j. bruce 
bateman 




Irving 
grossmon 

toronto ont . 




gcorge a. 
mann 

toronto ont. 



robert p. 
mitchell 




SCHOOL OF ARCHITECTURE 



GEORGE MURRAY ARSCOTT. Carlyle, Sask. 
Carlyle High. R.C.A.F. and Army. 



ROBERT D. IRVINE. London. Ont. 
Petrolia High; R.C.A.F. 



ARTHUR G. BARNES, Burlington, Ont. 
Burlington High; Army. 
F'uture: — Practise Architecture. 



*r A 



JOHN BRUCE BATEMAN. Toronto K S 

U.T.S.; Kappa Sigma Fraternity, Past President; Boxing; Golf; 
Skiing; Photography. 



GEORGE ELLIOTT BOAKE, Toronto 
U.T.S. 



*r A 



DOUGLAS C. JOHNSON, Riverside .Ont. B en 

Walkerville C.I.; Army. 

ROY S. JONES, Toronto 
R.C.A.F. 

ROBERT MURRAY LEGGE. Toronto ATA 

Northern Vocational, C.O.T.C. (R.C.E.); .•\ctive in Music. 

JOHN MacDONALD, Toronto 
Westdale C.I.; Army. 



JOHN HAROLD BONNICK, Toronto 

North Toronto C.I.; All-Varsity Revue IV-V. 



FRANK MacDOWELL. Toronto 

Parkdale C.I.; R.C.A.F.; Photograpny; Sports. 



PHILIP R. BROOK. Niagara-on-the-Lake, Ont. 
St. Catharines C.I.; R.C.A.F. 

STAN H. BUTCHERD. Riverside. Ont. 

Walkerville C.I.; R.C.A.F.; President. North House Committee 
III-IV; Secretary Treasurer. .Architecture Society II-III. 
Future: — Travel. 



LOUIS STANLEY MACIEJESKI. Welland. Ont. 

Welland High; Polish Student's Club II-V; Associate Editor. Year 

Book V; Volleyball I. 

Future: — Travel and Private Practice. 

IAN R. MacLENNAN. Gull Lake, Sask. 

R.C.A.F.; President Architectural Society V; Chairman Student 
Union Committee S.A.C. V; President, Fourth Year '48-'49. 



JOHN STUART CAULEY, Peterborough, Ont. AT A 

Peterborough C.I.; R.C.A.F.; Newman Club; Architectural Society 
Executive V; Delta Tau Fraternity Vice-President V; Squash. 



GEORGE ALEXANDER MANN, Toronto 

Riverdale C.I.; R.C.A.F.; Magazine Rep. Ill; Toronlonensis Rep. 
V; Tennis; Badminton. 



J.AMES BASIL CRAIG, Toronto * A 

U.T.S. ; R.C.N.V.R.; Class President I; Skule Nite III; Sailing 
Club III; Hart House Glee Club V; U.N.T.D. 

lAMES CARSCALLEN CRANG, Toronto 
Oakwood C.I.; Air Force; U. of T. Athletic Directorate; Inter- 
collegiate Swimming and Water polo. 

TAMES BRY.AN CRAWLEY, Dryden, Ont. 
Dryden High; R.C.A.F. 
Future: — Trav^. 

ELIZABETH CATHERINE CURRIE. Toronto P ^B 

Petrolia High; Treasurer, Gamma Phi Beta Sorority; Skule Nite 
I II-V. 



ROBERT STANLEY McCAGUE. Vancouver, B.C. 

Patterson C.I.; R.C.A.F.; Toike Oike Reporter; Bridge Club. 

HAROLD DOUGLAS McFARLAND. Edmonton. Alta. 

Strathcona High; Navy; R.C.N. (R.) Officers .Association; Music; 
Sports; Photography. 

CUNNINGHAM STEWART McWHINNIE, Windsor, Ont. 
Sandwich C.I.; R.C.A.F. 



MARTIN LEWIS MENDELOW. Buffalo, N.Y. 
Bloor C.I.; R.C.A.F. 
Future: — To be an Architect. 

ROBERT PATTERSON MITCHELL. Toronto 
Harbord C.I.; R.C.A.F.; President II Year. 



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JOHN H. D.ANIELACK, Toronto 
Central Tech. 

FRED WILLIAM HENRY DAWES. Regina. Sask. 

Balfour Tech.; R.C.A.F.; Member of Senior Intercollegiate Tennis 
Team I-IV. 

DAN TURN BULL DUN LOP. Windsor. Ont. 

Walkerville C.I.; Navy; .Architecture President III; Hart House 
Glee Club III; R.C.N. (R.) Officers Association; Hobby is Travel. 
Future: — Post Graduate. 

RICHARD ALSON FISHER, Toronto SX 

U.T.S.; C.O.T.C. 2 yrs. 

GARTH BORDEN FLEET, Edmonton. Alta. 
University High; R.N.F..A.A. 

GORDON DANIEL FRITTENBURG. Lunenburg, N.S. 
Lunenburg High; R.C.A.F. 

LENNOX GRAFTON, Camrose, Alta. 
R.C.A.F. (W.D.) 

WILLLAM G. GRIERSON, Toronto 

North Toronto C.I.; Army; Social Rep. V; Water polo IV. 
Future: — Travel and study in Europe and U.S.A. 

IRVING GROSSMAN, Toronto SAM 

Harbord C.I. 
Future: — Travel — Practise. 

EDWARD HENRY HAGARTY, London, Ont. AX 

De La Salle. London; Army. 
Future: — Unknown. 

DOUGL.AS CHARLES HALDENBY, Toronto Z1' 

Upper Canada College; Army; Hockey, S.P.S. I; -Architecture 1. 

DONALD GORDON HALLFORD, Toronto 

North Toronto C.I.; Executive Engineer's Ball II; Skule Nite of '49; 
Editor for Architecture Yearbook. 
Future: — Travel and private practice. 



HAROLD RAYMOND MORIN, OVerbrook, Ont. 
University of Ottawa; R.C.A.F. 

CLARENCE WALTER NOBLE. Toronto 
Malvern C.I.; R.C.A.F. and Army. 

JOHN CARLTON RANKIN. Toronto K S 

Pickering College; Navy; Vice President. Ski Club I-V; Chairman 
Intramural Skiing I-V; University Ski Instructor I-V; Staging Follies 
I-V; Skule Nite I-III; All-Varsity II-III. 

IAN JAMES RUTHERFORD, Sarnia, Ont. 

Sarnia C.I.; R.C.A.F.; Water polo IV; Publicity Rep. V. 
Future: — Architecture. 

THOMAS ALLAN SAGE, Toronto 
Humberside C.I.; R.C.A.F. 

ROBERT A. SERVOS, Toronto 

Jarvis C.I.; R.C.A.F.; Architectural Society IV; Employment 
Committee V; Camera Club I-II. 



DOUGLAS M. SLAUENWHITE. Bridgewater, N.S. 
Medford High; R.C.A.F.; Rifle Club. 



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WARREN MALCOLM SNALE, Riverside, Ont. B OH. 

Walkerville C.I.; R.C.A.F.; Skule Nite IV; Grad Ball Committee V. 

WILLIAM H. STRANKS, Ottawa, Ont. 
Nepean High; R.C.N.V.R. 

J.AMES WILLLAM STRUTT, Ottawa, Ont. 

Ottawa Tech.; R.C.A.F.; Vice-President of Architectural Society I\' 

HAROLD EDWARD SUNDSTROM, Toronto 
R.C.A.F. 



ROY BYRON TURNER. Milton. Ont. 
Milton High; Navy. 



JULIEN CYRIL VAN HUVSE, Windsor. Ont. 
R.C.A.F. 

JOHN GERVASE YANDELL MILLER W.ASTENEYS. Toronto 
R.C.N.V.R. 



ALL.AN MAURICE INGLESON. Toronto 

Danforth Tech; Army; Hockey; Rugby; C.O.T.C. 
Future: — Private Practice. 



A T A E. J. W.ATKINS, Toronto 

Ridley College; R.C.A.F.; President V Year; Architectural Society 
Executive V. 



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J. A. MacFARLANE 

O.B.E., B.A., M.B., LL.D., F.R.C.S. 



T 

J- HE members of the administrative and teaching staff of the Faculty extend their con- 
gratulations to you all on the occasion of your graduation in medicine. Your class came to us 
in the autumn of 1945. You had then returned from varied duties with the armed forces of 
the Crown and we have watched with particular interest your progress in the school and 
your contribution to the daily life and activities of the Faculty. Your teachers have not been 
unaware of the particular problems which face a student after a long interruption of academic 
life. Indeed, many of them know these problems from the experience of their ow^n student 
days. You have, on the ^vhole, surmounted such difficulties with success and you have proven 
yourselves to be challenging, interesting and mature students. We believe you will look back 
with satisfaction on the experiences gained in the services, and we are sure that such exper- 
iences will have the effect of broadening your understanding of the world and its problems. 
By reason of a more mature approach to individual human problems, you will be better 
doctors and better citizens. As you set out now in your varied careers, the continued interest 
and good wishes of the Faculty go with you. 4* 



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REG. GEORGE ALLMAN. Toronto * X (1) 

East York C.I.; Class Treasurer I Med.; Ex-service Rep. II Med.; 
Class President III Med.; I.S.S. Chairman III Med. 
Future: — General Practice. 



ALLAN IRVING ARMSTRONG, Toronto 
York Memorial C.I. 
Future: — General Practitioner. 



I. L. BABB 



ROBERT WILLIAM BATES. Hamilton. Ont. 
Central C.l. 
Future: — General Practice. 



M. D. BERG 



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GEORGE IRWIN BERNSTEIN. Windsor. Ont. * A E (6) 

Patterson C.L; Meds Basketball IV; Hart House Library Committee 
II-IV. 
Future: — Specialize in Paediatrics. 

MERTON BERNSTEIN. Windsor. Ont. * A E (7) 

Patterson C.L; Meds. Basketball. 

JOHN KEITH BESLEY. Shelburne. Ont. (8) 

Shelburne High; Meds. Basketball and Volleyball. 
Future: — General practice in a small town. 

RAY GOLDING JOSEPH BEST. Sault Ste. Marie. Ont. * X (9) 
Sault Ste. Marie C.L 



JOHN ALEXANDER BESWICK!. Toronto 
Riverdale C.L 
Future: — Army Medical Officer. 



N. O. BLACKWELL 



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D. S. BORLAND 



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ROBERT GORDON BREMNER. Toronto (13) 

Humberside C.L; Meds V.C.F. I ;> Presbyterian Fellowship II-IV; 
Treasurer III; Liberal Club II; Swimming Instructor, Hart House. 
Future: — Matrimony and Medicine. 



ARTHUR WILLIAM BRICKENDEN, Toronto 
Malvern C.l. 
Future: — Toronto Internship. 



DONALD WILSON BROOKS, Toronto 
U.T.S. 



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ALAN BRUCE ROBERTSON. Toronto (16) 

Forest Hill & Upper Canada College; Hart House Exploration 
Society (Board of Directors II-IV); Daffydil (Pre-IV); Rugby Meds. 
Pre-11; Skiing; Mountain-climbing. 



ROBERT ARTHUR BURNS. Wilkie. Sask. 
Wilkie High. 
Future: — Interning in Vancouver. 



ARTHUR JOHN BUSH, Toronto 
Havelock C.L 
Future: — General Practice with accent on Paediatrics. 



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KENNETH RUPERT BUTLER, Toronto (19) 

Malvern High; Class Treasurer III; Class Vice-President IV; Class 
Representative for C.^.M.S.I; .\rts & Letters; Toronlonensis Rep. IV. 
Future: — General Practice. 

GEORGE A. CALLAHAN. Toronto (20) 

St. Michael's College; Hunting; Fishing; Swimming; Hart House 
Squash Team Pre-lV; .Secretary Squash Committee Hart House & 
Board Stewards I-lII; Hart House. 

ROBERT JOHN CARDWELL. Penetanguishene, Ont, N S N (21) 
.Albert College; Ardent Rod & Reel Fan; Music; Reading; Coin & 
Stamp Collecting. 
Future: — General Practice. 



GERALD CHERTKOW. Saskatoon, Sask. 
Nutana C.L; Hillel Organization; 
Future: — Probable Specialization. 



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WILLIAM lOHN CHITTICK. Toronto 
Oakwood C.L; C.O.T.C. 
Future: — Intern in Toronto. General practice in some smaller centre. 



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ROLAND MURISON CLARK, Toronto 
Malvern C.L 



WILLIAM W. COHEN, New York N.Y. 
Family; Fraternity; Golf; Bridge. 
Future: — 2-Year Internship — General practice. 



WILLIAM ROY COLEMAN, Maxville, Ont. 
Maxville High; Newman Club Pre-IV. 
Future:— R.C..'\.M.C. 



W. J. U. COOKE 

CHARLES WILLIAM ADRIAN COOP. Kitchener Ont. 
Kitchener-Waterloo C.I. 
Future: — Interning, Indefinite period. 



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ROBERT MAXWELL COSTE. Toronto (29) 

Upper Canada College; Swimming; Boxing; Rugby; Universtiy of 
London, England. 



FRANCIS RANKIN CULLEN, Dryden. Ont 
Dryden High; Meds Ski Team. 
Future: — General Practice. 



LINET CURRIMBHOY. Bombay. India 
Queen Mary's High; Badminton; Music. 
Future:^Practice in Bombay. 



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GEORGE EDWIN DONALD DAVIS. Toronto (32) 

Riverdale C.I.; Medical Christian Fellowship; Membership Secretary 
II; Barnstorming 1947; Badminton; Music; Hart House Track 
future: — Possibly general practice. 

JOHN ARTHUR DEYELL. Lindsay. Ont. <J> X (33) 

Lindsay C.L; Sr. Meds. Rugby 3 yrs.; Hart House Glee Club Pre-II- 
Medical Glee Club IV. 

WILLIAM FRANCIS DWYER, Hamilton. Ont. (34) 

Cathedral High & St. Michael's; Newman Club; Medical Group 
Future:— R.C.A.M.C; Marriage; General Practice. 



FRANK HOWARD ELLINGHAM. Niagara Falls. Ont 
Delta C.I. (Hamilton). 
Future:— Post Graduate Work; General Practice. 



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ROBERT GORDON ERB, Toronto f36) 

Oakwood C.L; Medical Glee Club I-III; Treasurer Medical Society 
III; Varsity Christian Fellowship I-IV; President IV. 

WILLIAM J. FARRELL. Hamilton. Ont. (37) 

Cathedral High; Hockey Meds I; Football II; Basketball II-III- 
R.C.A.M.C; C.O.T.C; Chief Extracurricular Activity— Trips to 
Sudbury. 



ROSALIND PATRICIA FIELD. Oakville. Ont. 
Wycombe ••Xbbey School, England. 
Future: — General Practice following internship. 



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MORRIS FIER, Toronto * iE (39) 

Harbord C.I.; Basketball ; Volleyball; Squash; Med. Society Exec- 
utive II-lII; Ex-service Rep. for Medicine II-III; Financial Manager 
for Daffydil IV. 
Future: — Post grad studies in surgery. 

ERNEST KEITH CAMPBELL FITZGERALD. Toronto 2 X (40) 
Oakwood C.L; Rugby Pre-Meds.; Med. MI. 
F'uture:— R.C.A.M.C. 



AMES ANDERSON FORRESTER, Saskatoon, Sask 
City Park C.I. 
Future: — To return to West to practise. 



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JOSEPH EDMOND GENDRON. Regina. Sask. (42) 

Weyburn C.L; Newman Club; Medical Society Glee Club Quartette- 
Bachelor of .^rts (with Great Distinction); University of Saskatche- 
wan. 
Future: — General Practice. 



JAMES WILLIAM GILLESPIE. Toronto 
Jarvis C.L; Shared Fame of Baron. Nick 
Honest. Whit. Death, Robbie and B. Costi. 
Future: — Interested in Internal Medicine. 



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JOSEPH ERNEST COLUMBIA. Macrorie. Sask. 
Future: — General practice in Saskatchewan. 



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MAXWELL DAVID GOODLESS. Toronto SAM (45) 

Harbord C.L 
Future: — Internship in U.S.A.; Post grad in Surgery & Gynecology. 

DAVID INGERSOLL GOVE. Niagara Falls, Ont. A Q A (46) 

Stamford C.L; Treasurer A O A IV; Abstracts Editor of Medical 
Journal IV. 



JAMES PATON GRACIE. Sceptre. Sask. 
Sceptre High. 



WILLIAM GKDDES GRANT, Toronto 

Ridgeway High; N L N President; DafTydil III-IV. 
Future: — General Practice. 



JOHN ALLAN HALLIDAY. Toronto 
North Toronto C.L; Daflfydil II-IV. 
Future: — Post grad course. 



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JOHN LEONARD HUGH HARKINS. Toronto d K E (50) 

Upper Canada College; Daffydil I-III; Vice-President Daffydil 
Society IV. 

DONALD CHRISTOPHER HARRISON. Toronto (51) 

Upper Canada College, Royal Canadian Naval College; Medical 
Journal II-III; Associate Editor IV; Meds Soccer II-III; Dafifydil IV. 
Future: — General practice and sailing. 



SAMUEL HAUER, Toronto 
Harbord C.L 



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PETER BAILEY HE.A.TON. Toronto {S3) 

Trinity College; Vice-Chairman of C. A.M. S.I. Ill; Chairman of 
C.A.M.S.I. IV; U. of T. Rugger Team III; Secretary-Treasurer Meds 
Athletic Association II. 
Future: — General Practice. 



ROBERT F. HETHERINGTON. Victoria, B.C. A Q A, * T A (54) 
Oak Bay High; President, Student's Administrative Council IV; 
President, Medical Society IV; Vice-President III; Sr. Med.s. 
Lacrosse II-IV; Medical Journal III. 
Future: — Post-graduate Study. 



ROGER BRENT HICKS, Vancouver, B.C. 



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HUBERT PATRICK HIGGINS, Toronto (56) 

St. Michael's; Catholic Medical Students Group I-IV; President IV; 
Senior Meds Rugby I- II I. 
Future: — General Practice — possibly later specialization. 



RODGER MILLS HINES. Toronto AQA (57) 

U.T.S.; President of C.A.M.S.I. II; President of A QA IV; Managing 
Editor, Medical Journal IV. 
Future: — General Practice. 



WILLIAM KENNETH HOBBS, Toronto N S N (58) 

Jarvis C.L; Fraternity Activities; Internship in Psychiatry (part 
time). 
Future: — Internship at St. Joseph's Hospital, Toronto 

FREDERICK ROBERT HOGG, Streetsville. Ont. * T A (59) 

Renfrew High; Manager of Sv.'imming & Water polo Teams. 
Future: — General Practice; interested in internal medicine 
(paediatrics). 



GORDON ROBERT HOLMES, Toronto 
Oakwood C.I. 
Future: — Medicine R.C.N. 



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CHARLES CLIFFORD HOPMANS, Toronto A K K (61) 

Future: — One or two post graduate years — then general practice. 



EDW.\RD DERRY HUBBARD. Bogota. Colombia (62) 

I'pper Canada College; Class .Athletic Representative II; Vice- 
President M.A..A. Ill; President M..-\..\. IV; Varsity Blues Water 
polo & Swimming. 
F'uture: — General Practice. 



ARTHUR JAMES HUDSON, Toronto 
North Toronto C.L; Squash. 
Future: — General Practice. 



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EDGAR BRUCE HUTCHINSON, Amherstburg, Ont. (64) 

General .•\mherst High; B.A. Honour Chem., U. of T. 1946; C.O.T.C. 
I-IV. 
Future: — General Practice — interested in internal medicine. 



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ROSS BARRETT IRWIN. South River. Ont. 
South River C.I. 
Future: — Service with Royal Canadian Navy. 



WILLI.AM FREDERICK J.\COBS, Toronto 
Oakwood C.I.; Intramural Sports. 



D.AVID CHARLES JOHNSTON. Toronto 

Lawrence Park C.I.; Camera Club; Revolver Club. 
Future: — Post graduate Surgery. 



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MORTON KATZ. Ottawa. Ont. 4> A E (69) 

Lisgar High; Clarinet; Saxophone; Piano; Chess: Bridge; Tennis: 
Ping-Pong; The Homestead; Lennie. Tristano. Bach. 
Future: — General Practice in Toronto, babies, grandchildren. 



HARRY WILLIAM KELLER. Canora. Sask. 
Canora High. 
Future: — General Practice. 



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IRVING FARMER KENNEDY, Cumberland. Ont. 
Lisgar C.I.; Vice-President Meds. I; Hockey Pre-Meds. 
Future: — Country Doctor. 



ROBERT McCLURE KILBORN. Toronto 

Oshawa C.I.; Daffydil III; Daffydil Executive IV. 
Future: — General Practice. 



HYMAN JACK KLEINMAN. Toronto 
Harbord C. I.; Volleyball ; Basketball. 
Future: — General Practitioner. 



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MacGREGOR EASSON KNIGHT. Stratford, Ont. K S (74) 

Milverton Continuation; Daffydil; Graduate of Stratford Normal 
School (1940); Public School Teacher's Certificate. 



CHARLES KONYER. Toronto 
Central Tech. 
Future: — Internship. 



ABRAM KRAHN, Rabbit Lake, Sask. 

Rabbit Lake High; Chess Club; Hockey; Tennis. 
Future: — General Practice out West. 



R. C. KRUSPE 

W. KUTASY 

FELIX JAMES LAFFERTY. Edam, Sask. 
Future: — Post graduate work in Paediatrics. 

W. R. LA ID LAW 

P. W. LAPP 



CLIFTON ERNEST LEACH. Mimico. Ont. 
Mimico High. 
Future: — Medical Practitioner. 



S. MARSHALL LeBER, Toronto 
Riverdale C.I ; Hunting; Golf. 
Future: — General Practice, Bobcaygeon, Ontario. 



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ROBERT GRIFFITHS LECKEV. Toronto K A (84^ 

Chairman of Medical .Arts & Letters Club III; Circulation Manager' 
Medical Journal IV; Senior Meds. Rugby Team II-III. 



T. E. LENNOX 



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JOSEPH ISAAC LEVENTHAL. Toronto (86) 

Harbord C.I.; Medicine Basketball I; Swimming Club I; V'olleyball 
Team Medicine II-V; Chairman C. A.M. S.I. Art Salon 1948: .Abstrac- 
tor, U. of T. Medical Journal: Dafifydil III. 
Future: — Surgery. 




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DAVID JAMES LEWIS, Montreal. Que. 

Daffydil III; Assistant Editor, Medical Journal II. 
Future: — Internship. 



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CRAIG NEWTON RONALD LOUEYS. St. John's. Nfld. (88) 

Prince of Wales High; Meds. Soccer All years; Manager Meds. 
Soccer III. 
Future: — Practise the Art & Science in Newfoundland. 

KENNETH H. MacKAY, Cochrane, Ont. (89) 

Cochrane High. 
Future: — General Practice in Northern Ontario. 

RON A. MacKAY, Beaverton, Ont. f90) 

Beaverton High. 
Future: — General Practice in Spadunk, Sask. 

DONALD JAMES MacLEAN, Sault Ste. Marie Ont. (01) 

Sault Ste. Marie C.I. 
Future: — General Practice. 



ROBERT JAMES MacLEAN, Toronto (92) 

Lawrence Park C.I. 



BRUCE EDWARD MacPHERSON, St. Thomas. Ont. VY (93) 
St. Thomas C.I.; Volleyball. 

GEORGE JEFF MAINPRIZE, Toronto (94) 

Runnymede C.I. 
Future: — General Practice. 



BRIAN McQuillan Marshall, Toronto (9S) 

Petrolia High; Hart House Glee Club I-II; Executive II; Daflfydil 

Pre- 1 1. 

Future:— R.C. A.M. C. 



DOREEN ISABEL M.A.THERS, Saskatoon, Sask. (96) 

Nutana C.I.; Medical Glee Club III-IV; Interfaculty Hockey III-IV. 
Future: — Internship in Regina General Hospital. 

GEORG'E PATRICK MAYER, Toronto (97) 

St. Michael's College School; Squash; Badminton; Newman Club. 
Future: — Medical Practice. 



ALLAN VINCENT McAVOY, Port Colborne. Ont. (98) 

Port Colborne High. 
Future: — General Practice. 



THOMAS ALEXANDER McLENNAN, Timmins, Ont. (99) 

Sudbury High; Assistant Editor, LT. of T. Medical Journal 
Future: — Surgery. 



DONALD B. McCONACHIE, Owen Sound, Ont. A Q A (100) 

Owen Sound C.I.; N.D.P.R., National C.A.M.S.L; President 
Graduating Year. 
Future: — General Practice. 



NORMAN TAIT McPHEDRAN, Campbell River, B.C. A Q A (101) 
Campbell River High; Daffydil II. 
Future: — Internship. 



DONALD SMITH McRAE, Brussels, Ont. (102 ) 

Listowel High; Tennis; Skiing; Graduated U. of W. O., 1941 with 
B..'^. Degree. 
F'uture: — Intern 1 yr. and then general practice. 



BER.NARD SAMUEL MEKLER. Toronto 
Harbord C.I. 
Future: — General Practice. 



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NATALIE METELSKY, Toronto (104) 

Humberside C.I.; LTlcrainian Students' Club; Newman Club; 

Operatic Music; Swimming; Tennis; Dancing; did a summmer 

, internship at Women's College Hospital. 



JP;RRY WILLIAM MILLSON, Enniskillen, Ont. 
Oshawa C.I. 



LOUIS MURRAY MINK, Winnipeg, Man. 
Russell C.I. 
Future: — General Practice. 



JAMES FORSYTH MOFFAT, Port Colborne, Ont. 
Ridley College; Vice-President *X. 
Future: — General Practice. 



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DONALD HERMAN MOOGK, Long Branch. Otit. (108) 

Long Branch High. 
Future: — General Practice. 

EDITH CARROLL NEWELL. Saskatoon, Sask. (109) 

Secretary Meds. IV. 
Future: — General Practice with idea specializing in Paediatrics. 



VICTOR STEPHEN NEWMAN. Toronto (110) 

Oakvvood C.I.; President of Class II. 
Future: — Join the Navy. 

J.^MES BERNARD OSBALDESTON, Hamilton. Ont. 'F V (111 ) 
Cathedral High; Camera Club; Progressive Conservative Club; 
Fraternity President. 
Future: — General Practice. 



RICHARD BRUCE PENTON, Toronto 
Humberside C.I. 
Future: — Canadian Army. 



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FREDERICK HUGHES POLLOCK. Kitchener. Ont. K S (113) 

Kitchener Waterloo, C.I.; The other half of a red hot canasta team? 
Future: — Will probably go into general practice. 

WALTER FRANCIS PRENDERG.\ST. Toronto (114) 

Jarvis C.I.; Daffydil. Pre. -IV; Chairman. Daffydil Committee IV. 
Future; — General Practice. 



ALFRED DOUGL.\S PUFFER. Toronto 
Humberside C.I. 



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DONALD ROBERT PUSHMAN, Ottawa. Ont. * X (116) 

Glebe C.I.; Hart House Glee Club Pre.; Chairman. Medical Music 
Association II-IV. 
Future: — General Practice. 



GORDON LEONARD RALPH. Niagara Falls, Ont. (117) 

Stamford C.I.; Hart House Camera Club II-III; Class Secretary II ; 
Meds. Volleyball I-II; Medical Journal III-IV; Editor-in-Chief IV; 
Married — Summer 1946. 
Future: — After interning — G.P.; later postgrad work. 

PHILIP RAMER. Brantford. Ont. *AE (118) 

Brantford C.I.; Hillel. 

Future: — Internship then general practice. Hopes to visit China 
within the next five year.?. 



ROBERT C. ROADHOUSE. Toronto 
Upper Canada College; B.A. U. of T. 
Future: — General Practice. 



DAVID BRUCE ROBSON. Toronto 

U.T.S.; Daffydil I-III; (Interests— Brunettes). 
Future: — M.D. 



DONALD BARNARD ROGERS, Amherstburg. Ont. 
General .Amherst High. 



MARTIN SAUL ROSEN, Toronto. 
Malvern C.I.; Hillel; Daffydil II-IV. 
Future: — General Practice in Jackson's Corners. 



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COLIN SEWELL ROSS. Toronto 
Upper Canada College. 
Future: — Interested in surgery — will probably do general practice. 



lOHN TEMPLE ROSS. Toronto 

Riverdale C.I.; Ski Club I-V; Camera Club I-IV. 
Future: — General Practice in a small town. 



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LORNE ALBERT ROTSTEIN. Toronto (125) 

North Toronto C.I.; Summer internships with C.O.T.C. and R.C..\.F 
Future: — General practice. 

HUBERT ROY ROWSELL, Toronto (126) 

Bloor C.I.; Vice-President III; Ex-service Rep. Med. Society IV; 
Chairman Panacea IV; Training officer U.N.T.D. I-III; Med. Swim- 
ming; Soccer; Basketball Pre-IV. 
Future: — General Practice, after interning. 



JOHN ALLEN RUTHERDALE, Port Colborne. Ont. 
Port Colborne C.I. 
Future: — General Practice. 



WILLIAM GEORGE SCRIMGEOUR. Milverton, Ont. 
Milverton High. 
Future: — General iiractitioner. 



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MARCUS JOHN THOMAS SEDLMEIR, Kitchener, Ont.A K K(129) 
St. Jerome's College, Kitchener- Waterloo C.I.; President AKK 
Medical Fraternity. 



JOSEPH SELTZER. Windsor, Ont. 

Walkerville C.I.; Member of Daffydil Cast. 



I. M. SEWELL 



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SARJIT KAPOOR SIDOO, Vancouver, B.C. (132) 

Kitsilano High; Indian Philosophy; Classical Music; Hiking; 
Touring different countries. 
Future: — To serve humanity. 

JOHN HENRY BURDETT SKINNER, West Lome. Ont. (133) 



JAMES DOUGLAS SPOHN, Waterloo. Ont. 
Kitchener- Waterloo C.I. 
Future: — General Practice. 



L.AWRENCE STEINBERG, Toronto 
Humberside C.I.; Hillel. 
Future: — General Practice Anaesthesia. 



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ARNOTT H. M. STEVENS, St. Catharines. Ont. A X A (136) 

St. Catharines C.I.; University President's Advisory Committee; 
Veteran's Advisory Bureau; Secretary Medical Society; President 
AXA V; "Blues" Fencing I-IV; Daffydil I-V. 
Future; — General Practice & Estelle. 



REV. JOHN F. H. STEWART. B.A., L. Th., Toronto 
Saint John High. 
Future: — Medical Missions. 



ROBERT EMERSON STEWART, Toronto 
Malvern C.I.; Bachelor Arts Trinity 1944. 
Future: — Royal Canadian Navy. 



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DOROTHY M. STILLWELL B.A., Regina, Sask. (139) 

Regina Central C.I.; M.W.U..A. I-III; President IV; Med. Society 
IV; S.A.C. IV. 
Future: — Post graduate work. 



JOHN WALTER STURTRIDGE, Toronto 
North Toronto C.I. 
Future: — 3 to 5 years post graduate study — internal medicine. 



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JOSEPH EDGAR SULLIVAN, Timmin.s, Ont. 
Timmins High. 
Future: — General Practice. 



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LESLIE GORDON SUTHERLAND. Ottawa. Ont. (142) 

Glebe C.I,; Daffydil 1 pre-meds-IV Meds.; Skiing. 
F'uture: — 2 years interning somewhere in England in preparation for 
general practice. 

RUSSELL BERTRAND TELFER. Brantford, Ont. ATA (143) 

Brantford C.I.; President Fraternity IV; Daffydil Work. U.N.T.D. 
Instructor — Navigation. 



VICTOR EVANS THOMPSON, St. Catharines, Ont. 
St. Catharines C.I. 
General Practice after 1-2 years internship. 



EDWARD TITCHER, Toronto 
Parkdale C.I. 



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ROBERT VOLPE, Toronto SAM (146) 

Harbord C.I.; Medical Athletic Executive II I-IV; C.O.T.C. I-IV; 
Daffydil III-IV; Med. Rugby I (Premed.); Soccer I-III; Basketball I- 
IV. 

Future: — Internship; internal medicine; also to keep my wife Ruth 
happy. 



WILLIAM DONALD WATT. Whitechurch, Ont. 
Volleyball I-III; Water polo I; Wrestling II; Fishing. 
Future: — Post grad work; then general practice. 



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JAMES ALLISTER WEIR. Windsor, Ont. * X (148) 

Kennnedy C.I.; President 1st. Ex-service Meds.; Chairman Ex- 
service committee S.A.C; Hart House Glee Club; Med. Glee Club; 
Daffydil; C. A.M. S.I. ; Chairman Med. Float Committee 48-49; Med. 
Christian Fellowship Missionary Secretary II. 



DONALD ROBERT JAMES WELSH, Brantford, Ont. 
Brantford C.I.; B..-\. University College 1946. 



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CAMPBKLL WHITK. Sudbury. Out. 
Sudbury C.I.; Meds. Basketball. 
Future: — General Practice. 



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WILLIAM GKOKGICWHITTAKER. Voubou. B.C. 11 PA (151) 
Future: — Postgraduate. Obstetrics and Gynecology. 

DAVID SPENCKR WHITTINGHAM. Toronto KA (152) 

Upper Canada College; Daffydil II-VI. 

Future: — Dependent upon the whims of the R.C^.M.C. .\mbition — 
To Finish school before my son does. 



J. P. WICKWARK 



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DONALD VICTOR WILLOUGHBY. Toronto *Ae (155) 

Humberside C.I.; Vice-President, Phi Delta Theta Fraternity. 
Future: — The Navy and a specialty in Internal Medicine. 



SAMUEL HISLOP WITZEL, Toronto 
Humberside C.I. 
Future: — General Practice. 



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SAMUEL WOLFE. Toronto * A E (157) 

Riverdale C.I.; Fraternity Vice-President II; Fraternity President 
III. 
Future: — Internship Regina; rural practice; neuro-psychiatry later? 



ROSS WOODWARD, Toronto 
Malvern C.I.; C.O.T.C. 
Future: — General Practitioner. 



DONALD MURRAY YOUNG. Cayuga, Ont. 
Cayuga High. 
Future; — Medical Research. 



MARIE OLG.4 Z.AWADZKY. Toronto 
Harbord C.I.; Badminton; Volleyball. 
Future: — General Practice. 



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School of 
Nursing 



MISS E. K. RUSSELL 

B.A., B.Paed., D.C.L. 



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N 1942 this school established a four-year course leading to the Degree of Bachelor of 
Science in Nursing. In 1946 it was decided to add a fifth year to the course, and thus all 
students registering in September of that year were enrolled for the new five-year curriculum. 
Hence, in this year of 1950, there is no regular class for graduation. HoNvever, there are four 
students studying under special arrangement who are completing now the requirements for 
the degree: this little group must represent this school among the graduating classes for this 
year. 

To this quartet we address the present message. You know your School, its brief past and 
its struggling present, in both of which you have given considerable help. You are also in a 
good position to assess the future and here again I know you intend to give considerable help. 
Fortunately you understand something of the demands being laid upon your own profes- 
sional group, and the community's need for leadership from young women who have had the 
broader educational opportunity offered by your University. Firm in this understanding, you 
cannot fail to give wise counsel and support. We hope the School will always have graduates 
upon whom we can rely so confidently. The quartet of 1950 will have a niche all its own in 
our historical gallery. We are grateful to you for much, and we offer you the warmest of good 
wishes for all your future years. 4- 




NORMA MARJKNE CLARKK, Vernon. B.C. (1) 

Vernon High; Toronloiiensis Rep. 
ROSELLA CUNNINGHAM. Cobourg, Ont. (2) 

Cobourg C.I. 
VIVIAN ELEANOR DOUGL.AS. Amherst, N.S. (3) 

Halifax Ladies College; N.F.C.U.S. Rep. II; War Memorial Rep. Ill; 

Secretary-Treasurer, Undergrad Association II; Vice-President 

Undergrad Association III; President, Undergrad Association IV; 

S.A.C. Rep. 

Future: — Hospital Nursing. 
PHYLLIS EDITH JONES, Elmvale, Ont. (4) 

Barrie C.I.; Class Representative IV, 



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Dentistry 



R. G. ELLIS 

D.D.S., M.Sc. (Dent.), F.D.S., R.C.S. 



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REETINGS and felicitations to the members of the graduating classes in Dentistry. The 
year of your graduation, 1950, is a very significant one for you individually and for this 
Faculty and indeed for dental education in Canada. 

The majority of you entered the University to embark upon an academic discipline, 
following varied experiences with the several branches of the Canadian Armed Forces. The 
zeal and devotion displayed by you in the defence of your country and for the preservation of 
personal freedom has been continually in evidence throughout your University course. The 
members of this Faculty have counted it a privilege to guide your studies during the past four 
years, and now as you graduate they wish for each one of you, complete freedom of thought in 
relation to your chosen profession. 

The year 1950 also marks the 25th anniversary of the establishment of the Faculty of 
Dentistry in the University of Toronto. Thus, twenty-five years ago dental education became 
a fully-fledged discipline within the complex University pattern, and with the privileges 
conferred by this important step, certain responsibilities were assumed as well. While 
education in a professional science is expected to develop knowledge and skill pertaining to 
the particular field, a University discipline opens the door to a liberal education and the 
establishment of a firm basis for full living. 

The year of your graduation, 1950, is equally significant when we survey the broader 
field of dental education in Canada. It was seventy-five years ago, namely in 1875, that 
organized dental education took form with the establishment of the School of Dentistry under 
the auspices of the Royal College of Dental Surgeons of Ontario. Since the inception of the 
first dental school in Ontario, a worthy tradition has been in the making and is now com- 
mitted in part to you by the generations of professional men who have preceded you. Guard 
carefully this rich heritage, enlarge it according to your talents, so that society in the years 
ahead may benefit from your service, and the profession be proud of your contributions to its 
store of kno\vledge. 

In conclusion may I add that as you leave these halls and familiar scenes which will be 
associated with your student days, the entire Faculty extends a very sincere invitation to you 
to return as frequently as you may find it convenient to do so. We hope that the bond of 
fellowship which has been established between you and your Alma Mater is strong enough to 
bring you back often. We can assure you a cordial and friendly welcome each time you 
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THOMAS ELWOOD AGATE, Osage, Sask. 
Osage High. 
Future: — General Practice. 

JOHN GILMORE AGGETT. Toronto 
Malvern C.I.; Dents Soccer I- IV. 
Future: — Dental Practice in suburb of Toronto. 



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JAMES LUXTON AINGER, Grenfell. Sask. 
Grenfell High; Treasurer of Fraternity. 
Future: — General Practice in Morrisburg. Ont. Mixed with a little 
golf, hunting and fishing. 

GEORGE McCOY ALLISON, Bartonville, Ont. EV * (4) 

Saltfleet High; Treasurer, Students' Parliament III; Skiing: Cartoons. 
Future: — General Practice in any spare time. 

DONALD ROBERT ANDERSON, Toronto (S) 

Humberside C.I.; Ex-service Representative I; Hya Yaka Class 
Representative II pre-dent. 
Future: — Helping to build Islington. 

ANDREW GEORGE ANDREWS. Toronto S>F<I> (6) 

Riverdale C.I.; Basketball: Varsitv Blues I; Varsity Intermediates 
Pre-III; Coach Dents Basketball; Vice-President Xi Psi Phi 
Fraternity IV. 
Future: — Royal Canadian Dental Corps. 



WILLIAM ARTHUR BANTING, Fort QuAppelle, Sask. 
Fort QuAppelle C.I. 
Future: — Open Practice in Hamilton. Ont. 



DONALD VINCENT BARTS, Regina. Sask. 
Campion College. 
Future: — Dental Practice at Pembroke, Ont. 



PAUL ALFREDA BATES, Welland, Ont. 

Welland High; President I; President III Dental Years. 
Future: — Practice in St, Catharines, Ont. 



CHARLES DOUGLAS BEIERL, Toronto 
Runnymede C.I. 
Future: — Practice in Toronto. 



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PAUL RAMSDEN BENNETT, Toronto 
Lawrence Park C.I. 
Future: — Post graduate work in Pedodontia to be followed by the 
establishment of a practice limited to children's dentistry. 



WILLIAM LAWRENCE BOLAND, Cache Bay, Ont. 
Sturgeon Falls High. 
Future: — Practice in Orillia. 



GEOFFREY BOULTON, Toronto 
Malvern C.I. 
Future: — General practice around Toronto. 



JACK WILLIAM BOWIE, Vancouver, B.C. 

University Hill, B.C.; Golf; Badminton; Basketball. 
Future: — Practice in Vancouver. 



KEITH FENTON BOX, Clarkson, Ont. 



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WILLIAM BOYKO, Oshawa. Ont. (16) 

Oshawa C.I.; L'krainian Students" Club; Social Director IV; Inter- 
ested in photography & outdoor life; Swimming. 
Future: — Practice in Oshawa after graduation. 



TEDDY PHILIP BRADLEY, Milestone Sask. 
Milestone High. 



IRVING SHIPLEY BROWN, Vancouver, B.C. 
Central C.I., Regina. 
Future: — Practice — Toronto. 



THOMAS ALAN BROWN. Lindsay, Ont. 
Lindsay C.I.; Tennis; Swimming Team. 



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HERBERT CHESLEY BUGDEN, Boston, Mass. EV* (20) 

Prince of Wales College, St. Johns. Nfld.; Toriinlonensis Rep. IV; 
Secretary Treasurer I Dents, Social Director II; Soccer, Pre-Dents 
Dents I-lII; Golf; Fishing. 

Future: — General Dental Practice — North Toronto. With a long 
holiday sometime. 



WILLIAM ALBERT BURGMAN. Melville, Sask. 
Melville High. 
Future: — Practice in Preston, Ont. 



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WILLIAM WARD BURT. Simcoe, Ont. (22) 

Simcoe High; Water polo II-IV. 
Future; — General practice in Simcoe. 



JOHN ROLAND CALLINGHAM. Kingston. Ont. (23) 

Kingston C.L; Secretary-Treasurer II; Soccer. Dents 11 
Future; — General Dental Practice — Ottawa, Ont. 



WILLIAM FREDERICK CAMPBELL, Winnipeg. Man. (24) 

Gordon Bell High; U. of T. Film Society. Treasurer HI; President IV. 
Future; — Practice of Dentistry. Possibly Dental Public Health. 



JOHN MILLER CAREFOOT. Belleville. Ont. 
Belleville C.L; Vice-President Xi Psi Phi II. 
Future: — Practise Dentistry at Lansing Ont. 



.STUART ERIC CAVERLY. Timmins. Ont. 
Sturgeon Falls High. 
Future; — Practice — Timmins. 



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GERALD PALMER COPELAND. Windsor. Ont. (27) 

Walkerville C.L; Class Social Director II; "B" Basketball I-III; 
Golf; Tennis. 



HERBERT HOUSTON COWBURN, Regina. Sask. 
Balfour Tech. 
Future; — Practice in Regina, Sask. 



ROY LOUIS COSTIGAN. Stettler. Alta. 
Stettler High. 
Future; — Practice in Sunny Alberta. 



CAMERON ARTHUR CRAIG. Peterborough. Ont. 
Kingston High. 
Future: — Practise Dentistry. 



MORLEY JOHN CROCKFORD, Bracebridge. Ont. 
Bracebridge High; Hunting & Fishing. 
Future; — General practice in small town in Ontario. 



THOMAS JOSEPH CUMBERLAND. New Toronto. Ont. 
Mimico High; Tennis; Basketball; Squash. 
Future: — General Dental Practice. 



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FRANCIS VAUGHAN CURRIE. Toronto 
Lawrence Park C.L; Y.M.C..-^.; Tennis; Skiing. 

Future: — Intend to go to British Columbia. Interested in specializing 
in children's dentistry. 



DONALD SMITH DAVIS. Stratford. Ont. (34) 

Stratford C.L; Hart House House Committee IIl-IV; Treasurer. 
Canterbury Club III. 
Future; — General Practice. 



lOHN THOM.AS DITCHOFF. Port Credit. Ont. 
Port Credit High; Golf. 
Future: — General Practice near Toronto. 



JOHN MURRAY ALEXANDER DONELY, Toronto 
Runnymede C.L 
Future; — Practice with Dental Corps. 



HUGH THOMAS DONNELLY. Westport. Ont. 
S.E.S.S. Westport; Newman Club I-V; Executive V. 



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WALTER JOHN DOWNER. Toronto (38) 

Danforth Tech.; Paddling. Balmy Beach Canoe Club; Soccer, Dents. 
Future: — General Practice in Toronto. 



JOHN CARMAN DYER. Ncv.- Toronto (39) 

Mimico High; Played in orchestra in Dentantics for three years; 
Tennis; Golf and Baseball are outside sports. 



BENJAMIN EPP. Saskatoon, Sask. 
Rosthern High. 
Future; — Dental Practice in Newtonbrook. 



RICHARD FRANKLLX EVANS, Picton, Ont. 
Picton C.V.I. 
Future: — Plan to return to Picton to practise dentistry. 



CHARLES HARRY F.ARLEY. Glenside. Sask. 
Glenside. 



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ROBERT ALLEN FELL, Winnipeg, Man. (43) 

Norwood C.L; Member Garden Academy of visual and Digital 
Dexterity. 
P'uture:— R.C.D.C. " 



JAMES ALLAN FERGUSON, Toronto 
Riverdale C.L 
Future: — .\ Dental Practice in Toronto. 



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WILLIAM FLEMING, Markham, Ont. £ X (45) 

Markham High; Played on Hockey, Soccer and Football teams- 
Golf. 
Future: — Going to practise in Markham. 



MAX FLORENCE, Peterborough, Ont. 

Peterborough C.V.I.; Treasurer Alpha Omega. 
Future: — Practice in Ottawa Valley. 



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SAUL FOX, Toronto \q (47) 

Harbord C.L; Basketball I-IV; Athletic Director (AQ); Graduated 
Arts 1943 (B.A.) Ad Eundum 1946— Dents. 
Future: — Practice in Toronto. 



JOHN MAXWELL GALVIN. Regina, Sask. 
R.C.C.I.. Regina. 
Future:— R.C.D.C. (Army). 

ABRAHAM GELMON, Preeceville, Sask. 
■ Preeceville High. 
Future: — General Practice in the west. 



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DAPHNE JOYCE GILL, Victoria. B.C. (so) 

Oak Bay High; Tennis; Golf. 
Future:— Going Back to Canada to practise — The West that is! 

ROBERT DAVID GLENN. Winnipeg. Man. (51) 

Winnipeg C.I. 
Future: — Practising in West. 



JOHN EDWARD GRAFF, Windsor, Ont. 
Kennedy C.L 
Future:— R.C.D.C. 



WILLIAM HUGH GRIFFETH, Parkhill, Ont. 
Parkhill High. 
Future: — General Practice. 



ROBERT GEORGE GUENTHER, Hamilton, Ont. 
Westdale High; Golf; Radio work; Badminton. 
Future: — General Practice in Kitchener. 



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WILLIAM PATRICK HAGUE. Edmonton, Alta. (55) 

St. Joseph's High; President Dental Group; Newman Club; Fishing; 
Hunting. 
Future: — General Practice in Toronto. 



JAMES FREDERICK HALDENBY. Kincardine. Ont. 
Teeswater High; Golf; Fishing; Hunting. 
Future: — Practise Dentistry in Oakville. 



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LIONEL VICTOR HANNIGAN, Guelph. Ont. (57) 

Guelph C.I.; Editor, Hya Yaka; Camera Club I-V; Newman Club I- 
Football Dents II-III. 
Future: — Practice in London. 



GORDON EDGAR HARE. Toronto A A * (58) 

St. Catharines C.L; Dents Hockey 46-47. 47-48. 
Future: — Practise in some small town in southern Ontario. 

BLAKE MINOR HARLEY, St. Catharines, Ont. (59) 

St. Catharines C.L; Dentantics II-III. 
Future: — Dental Practice in St. Catharines. 

ARTHUR JOHN HARRIS. London, Ont. (60) 

London South C.L; U. of T. Contingent C.O.T.C. III-IV. 
Future: — To i>ractise in London, Ont. 

R.VLPH GORDON HARRIS, Toronto (61) 

Parkdale C.L 
Future: — Practice in Toronto. 



LIONEL EDWARD HASTINGS, Toronto S "T * (62) 

Runnymede C.L; Ex-Service Rep. Ill; Social Representative IV; 
Lacrosse I-IV; Manager IV; Volleyball I-IV; Manager II-III; 
Hockey Predents II; Basketball. Predents; Dentantics 47-48. 
Future: — Dentistry, Hunting, Fishing in N. W. Ontario. 



HAROLD JACK HELLEN, Toronto A Q (63) 

Bloor C.L; President of Fraternity III; Future: Photography & 
Breaking 100 at the St. .Andrews Club. 
Future: — Genera! Practice and Children's Dentistry. 



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HAROLD RAYMOND HENDERSON. Kelowna, B.C. 
Kelovvna High; One of the combined class. 
Future: — Practice in Kelowna. B.C. 



BRUCE WILLIAM HEROD. Hamilton, Ont. 
Delta C.I. 
Future: — General Practice in Stamford. Ont. 



VERNON ALEXANDER HERRON, Toronto 
Riverdale C.I. 
Future: — Dental Practice in Toronto. 



JOHN MALCOLM HOLLINGER. .Acton. Ont. 
Acton High. 
Future: — General Practice. 



PATRICK FERGUSON HOLT. Lloydminster. Sask. 
Lloydminster High. 
Future: — To Practise Dentistry in the West. 



ROBERT LORRAINE HORNE. Victoria, B.C. 
Victoria High. 
Future: — Dental Practice in B.C. 



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CHRISTOPHER WILLIAM HUFFMAN. Scarboro Junction, Ont. (70) 
Peterborough C.I. 
Future: — General Practice in East End of Toronto — Later marriage. 



WILLIAM STUART HUNTER. Orillia, Ont. (71) 

Orillia High; Hart House Glee Club III-IV; All-Varsity Chorus II- 
IV; Mailing Boy The Varsity IV. 

BRUCE M.\DILL JACKSON. Hamilton. Ont. AV (72) 

Hamilton Central C.I.; Chairman Interfaculty Boxing Club III-IV; 
Interfaculty Boxing I Predents IV; Interfaculty Football III-IV; 
Intercollegiate Boxing II. 
Future: — Her name is Ruth. 



MARJORIE JACKSON. Toronto 
Vaughan Road C.I. 
Future: — Dentistry for children. 



ALBERT JARVIS, Grimsby, Ont. 
Grimsby High. 
Future: — General Practice. 



EWART ARTHUR JONES. Orange. N. J. 
Weequahic High; Dental Ex-service Rep.. 
Interfaculty Basketball; Soccer; Volleyball. 
Future: — Dental General Practice, Guelph. Ont. 



STEPHEN HAROLD JONES. Toronto 
Agassiz High. 
Future: — Practice in Toronto. 



LAIRD GEORGE JOYNT. Toronto 

Oakwood C.I.; Basketball III; Dentantics III. 
Future: — Practice in Toronto. 



WILLIAM EDWARD KENNEDY, Unity, Sask. 
Future: — Start Living. 



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JOSEPH DONIHEE LAMPING. Ridgeway. Ont. (79) 

Ridgevvay High; Newman Club; Bridge; Golf and English Poetry. 
Future: — A General Dental Practice in Pembroke. Ont. 



RALPH WILLIAM LANGDON, Tavistock. Ont. 
Stratford Normal School; Home movies and Golf. 
Future: — Practice of Dentistry some place in Canada. 



MORRIS JOHN L.AZAROWICH. Edmonton. Alta. 

Victoria High; LTkrainian Students ClubT-IV; President I. 
Future: — Intends to Practise in Ontario. 



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JOHN DOUGL.AS LEDLOW. Orangeville. Ont. (82) 

Orangeville High; Soccer; Basketball; Volleyball; Hunting & Skiing; 
Dentantics Cast; Red Feather Representative. 



JOHN EDWARD MacDIARMID, Regina. Sask. 
Carlyle, Sask.; Sec. Rep. III. 
Future: — Practice in West. 



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HARVEY WILLIAM MacDON.\LD, Toronto (84) 

Westdale High; President of Cabinet. Students Parliament IV; 
President of Pre-Dents; Dents Rugby I; Hockey II-III; Board of 
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JOHN GEORGE STEWART MacINTOSH. Wolfville, N.S. 
Wolfville High; C.O.T.C. II-III; R.C.D.C. IV. 
Future; — R.C.D.C. Canadian .•\rmy (Active). 



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MARGARET WI.XNIFRED MacLEAN. Toronto (86) 

St. Clement's School; Victoria College 1944-45; Honour Science Club; 
Leonard Foundation I-IV. 
Future: — General Practice. 



BERNARD PHILLIP MASS, Winnipeg. Man. AQ (87) 

St. Johns High; Dentantics II-IV; Social Chairman, Treasurer (.'\. Q.) 
Future: — Practise Dentistry in Western Canada. 

DONALD BLAIR McDONALD. Thistletown, Ont. (88) 

Weston C.I.; Class President, II Dental Year; Class Vice-President 
I Dental Year. 
Future: — General Practice. Vancouver, B.C. 



GLENN ORISON McLAY, Moose Jaw, Sask. (89) 

Central C.I. 

Future: — Wife. Post grad course in General Anesthesia, retirement. 
Cadaver donated to dental profession. 

JOHN DUNCAN McLEAN. Windsor, Ont. (90) 

•Assumption College; Hya Vaka Representative IV; Golf. 
Future: — General Practice, Windsor. 

WILLIAM MARK McLEAN, Sarnia, Ont. (91 ) 

Sarnia C.I. & Tech.; Soccer 3 yrs. ; Lacrosse 1 yr. 
Future: — To practise dentistry in the old home town. 

DOUGLAS JOHN McLEOD, North Vancouver, B.C. (92) 

North Vancouver High; Secretary Treasurer III Year Dents. 
Future: — Practice in British Columbia. 



RUSSELL STEWART McMILLAN, Griswold, Man. (93) 

Griswold High. 

ERIC JAMES McNIECE, Toronto (94) 

Humberside C.I.; Class Hya Vaka Rep. 1st Dental Yr.; Faculty 
Student Ex-service Rep.; Swimming; Golf; Poker. 
Future: — R.C.D.C. for 5 years perhaps longer, then general practice. 

DUNCAN THOM.AS McQUEEN. Toronto (95) 

York Memorial C.I.; Vice-President II. 

IRVING MEDNICK. Toronto A Q (96) 

Harbord C.I.; Hockey I-II; Basketball I; Football II-III. 
Future; — Practice in Toronto. 



RALPH ALLEN MERRITT, Beamsville, Ont. (97) 

Beamsville High. 
Future: — General Practice in Ontario. 



ROBERT MEWHA. Stevensville. Ont. (98) 

Stevensville High; Dents Football I-IV; Dents Hockey I-V. 



J.\MES GHENT MILLAR. Toronto ST* (99) 

Bloor C.I.; Dentantics Rep. II; Social Director of Zip House V; 
U. of T. Band II; Music Dentantics I-IV. 
Future: — General practice with post grad surgery at a future date. 



MYRON RUSSELL MILLAR, Toronto ST* (100) 

Bloor C.I.; Dentantics Year Rep. I-II; Dentantics Director III; 
Social Director IV; Music; U. of T. Band II; Social Director Xi Psi 
Phi IV. 



GEORGE T. MILNE. Sarnia. Ont. ST* (101) 

Sarnia High; Students Cabinet IV; President Fraternity IV; Football 
Pre.; Golf; Soccer III-IV. 
Future: — Golf — mixed with a general practice. 



WESLEY ROBERT MOORE, Sarnia, Ont. ST* (102) 

Sarnia C.I.; Athletic Director V; Varsity Intermediate Hockey IV; 
Dents Football I-V; Dents Basketball I-V; Dents Hockey I-III. 



GARFIELD CAMERON MORRIS, Timmins, Ont. 
Timmins High. 



WILLIAM JOHN MULLEN, Moose Jaw, Sask. 
Estevan C.I.; Hockey, Dents I-IV; Soccer II-IV. 



SYDNEY WILLIAM MULLER, Regina, Sask. 
Scott C.I.; C.O.T.C. II-IV. 
Future: — Practise general dentistry in the West. 



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ROBKRTWAKLIS MULVIX, Vancouver. B.C. 
Lord Byng High; Basketball l-V. 

PATRICK. VAN ALLEN MUNN, Dresden. Ont. 
Chatham C.L 
Future: — Practice in St. Catharines. 



EVAN NANOS, Toronto 
Jarvis C.L 
Future: — Dental Practice in Toronto. 



FRANK NESBITT. Vancouver. B.C. 
Kitsiland High. 
Future: — Dependent on Army's wishes. 



SUI CHING NG, Hong Kong. 
Queen's College. 
Future; — Practise in China immediately after graduation. 



JOHN NIKIFORUK. Redfield, Sask. 
Prince C.L; Dents Soccer; Softball; Golf. 
Future: — A successful dental practice in a small town. 



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JOHN SCOTT NORQUAY, Winnipeg, Man. 
Sec.-Treas. IV Vr. 
Future; — Practise Dentistry in Winnipeg going hunting and raising 
a family. 



WILLIAM FOSTER OLDFI ELD, Vancouver. B.C. 
Victoria High. 



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GEORGE AITKEN P,\TERSON. Toronto (US) 

U.T.S.: .Athletic Director III; Chairman I.S.C. Ill; Football & 
Soccer Pre. IV; C.O.T.C. 
Future: — Practice in Toronto. Retirement in .Arvida. 



DONALD BRADNEY PALMER. Clinton, Ont. 
Clinton C.L; Fraternity Secretary II; Treasurer III. 
Future: — Practice in my own home town. 



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RICHARD CAMERON PEARSON, Sutton, Ont. (118) 

Runnymede C.L; Intercollegiate Track Team II-III; Dents Hockey 
JI-IV; Lacrosse IV. 



WILLIAM STANTON PATERSON. Craigmyle, .-Vita. 



WILLIAM ROBERT PATRICK, Toronto. 
Malvern C.L; Lacrosse; Soccer; Basketball. 
Future: — General Practice. 



JAMES PERDICARIS, Melville. Sask. 
Melville High. 
Future: — General Practice. 



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GORDO.N PERLMUTTER. Toronto AO (120) 

Harbord C.L; Y.M.H.A. Board of Directors; Group Work V.M.H.A. 
Teen age program; Dents Soccer I-II; Dents Basketball I-V. 
Future: — Practice in Toronto. 



STUART TINDALE PETERKIN. Toronto Z V (121) 

U.T.S.; Golf; Summers spent C.O.T.C; Basketball III; Zeta Psi 
Fraternity. 
Future: — Plan Practising in Kingston. 



LIONEL RUPERT PHILLIPS, Toronto 
Oakvvood C.L 



ROBERT DONALD PORTERFIELD. Guelph, Ont. 
Guelph C.V.I. ; C.O.T.C; South House Parties. 
Future: — Practice somewhere in Southern Ontario. 



EDMUND N. M. POTTINGER. Vancouver, B.C. 
St. Georges. 
Future: — Vancouver, B.C. 



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WILMER JOHN PRITCHARD, Palmerston, Ont. ST* (125) 

Palmerston High; Dents Hockey 4 Yrs.; Publicity Director of 
Students Parliament III; President IV Dental Vr.; Vice-President, 
Students Parliament IV; Dentantics Pre. IV; Varsity Band 3 Yrs. 
Future: — Practice in Leamington. 



DONALD B. PROCTOR. Winnipeg, Man. 
Kelvin High; Golf; Swimming. 
Future; — Practise Dentistry in Winnipeg. 



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CARL COOPER PUTERBOUGH. Norland, Ont. (127) 

Lindsay C.L 

ROY LEON RASMUSSEN, Standard. Alta. (128) 

Dana High. 

DONALD LOGAN RIFE. Toronto (129) 

Jarvis C.L 
Future: — Dental General Practitioner in Guelph, Ontario. 

KEITH NEWTON ROUTLEY, Winnipeg. Man. (130) 

St. Paul's C.L; Treas. Student Parliament H; Social Director, South 
House IMV; Rugby ML 
Future: — The best in the West — Dentist that is. 

RICHARD KENNETH RYAN, Toronto (131 ) 

Humberside C.L; Football I-V; Lacrosse II-V; Swimming; VVater 
polo. 
Future: — Practise dentistry somewhere in Ontario. 

ROBERT MILES SANDERSON. Chesley, Ont. (132) 

Chesley High; Vice-President III Dental Yr.; Swimming; Dents "B" 
Hockey MIL 

ALEXANDER VINCENT SCRUTTON. Kingston, Ont. (133) 

Regiopolis College; Newman Club (Dental Group). 

FREDERICK J.^MES SERVOS. Toronto A X A (134) 

St. Michael's College; Newman Club; Golf; Tennis; Skiing. 
Future: — Practice in Toronto. 

NORM.AN WILLIAM SH.AUL, Toronto A Q (135) 

Harbord C.L 

ROBERT McLEAN SH.AW. Woodstock. Ont. (136) 

Woodstock C.L; Athletic Director. North House; Dentantics Rep.; 
Interfaculty Water polo; Swimming; Volleyball; Rugby. 
Future: — General Practice. 



PAUL SYDNEY SILLS, Toronto 

Jarvis C.L; "A" Basketball Pre-IV; ' 
Hockey Pre.; "A" Volleyball Pre-II. 
Future: — Royal Canadian Dental Corps. 



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JAMES SIM, Hampton. Virginia, U.S.A. (138) 

Strathallan. Perthshire, Scotland; Vice-President IV Dental Yr.; 
Hya Yaka Representative; Dentantics. 
Future: — Practise dentistry in Ontario. 



CARL METRO SMELSKY. Ethelbert. Man. 
Arran High; Ukrainian Students Club. 
Future: — Plans to go back "West'J. 

JOHN MALCOLM SMITH, Toronto 
North Toronto C.L; C.O.T.C. 
Future: — R.C.D.C. and looking for patients. 

SYDNEY PERCIVAL SMITH. Copper Cliff, Ont. 
Copper Clifif High. 
Future; — General Practice — New Liskeard, Ont. 

M.-\RINO JAMES SNID.AL. Winnipeg, Man. 
Kelvin Tech. 

ERIC KINGSLEY STAITE, Toronto 
Etobicoke C.L 



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GEORGE JOSEPH STARR, Toronto A Q (144) 

Harbord CL; Social Director, Fraternity II; Basketball:— Pre-dents 
I-V; Soccer MI; Varsity Blues 1. 
Future: — Practice in Toronto. 



RUSSELL GEORGE STEPHENS, London, Ont. 
London South C.L 

GEORGE HECTOR STEWART. Creemore, Ont. 
Creemore High. 
Future: — Practice in Thornbury, Ont. 

RICH.4RD SVALESTUEN, Vancouver, B.C. 
Swift Current C.L 
Future: — Practice of Dentistry. 

FRANKLYN GREY SWITZER, Chatham, Ont. 
Nutana C.L. Saskatoon. 
Future: — Practise Dentistry in Chatham. 



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WILLIAM KNORSTON TAVLOR. Cornwall. Ont. 
Cornwall C.I.; Rifle Club; Ski Club. 
Future: — General Practice. 

FINDLAY ALEXANDER TEMPLE. Burlington, Ont. 
Burlington High; Dents .Swimming; Water polo. 
Future; — Pursuit of Happiness. 

DONALD LLOYD THOMPSON. Moose Jaw, Sask. 
Central C.I. 
Future; — General Practice in Calgary. .Alta. 

KENNETH MacDONALD THOMPSON, Regina. Sask. 
Balfour Tech.; C.O.T.C. II-III; A.F. (.\rmy) IV. 
Future; — A.F. (Army). 

HARRY GEORGE TR.AVERS, Toronto 
Malvern C.I. 
Future; — Dental Practice in Toronto. 

JOHN CHARLES VICICERY. Toronto 

Malvern C.I. ; Soccer II; Basketball Mil; V'olleyball IIl-IY. 

DONALD ARTHUR WAGG, Toronto 
Golf; Swimming; Hockey. 
Future; — Practise Dentistry in Toronto. 

EDWARD STIRLING WALKER, Toronto 
Humberside C.I.; Hockey; Dentantics. 

MURNEY JAMES W.\LKER, Toronto 
Humberside C.I. 
Future; — Practice in Toronto. 

STANLEY HERBERT W.\TSON. Vancouver, B.C. 
Saskatoon High. 
Future: — General Practice, Kingston. 

THOMAS GORDO.N WHITE. Bruce Mines. Ont. 

Bruce Mines High; Blue & White Band II-IV; .A.11 Varsity Mixed 

Chorus III-IV. 

Future: — General practice??? Post grad? .Mtar? 

DUART ELMORE WHITEMAN, Fenelon Falls, Ont. (160) 

Midland High; Dents Rugby II-III; Dents Hockey II-IV; Dents 
Basketball II-III; U. of T. Ski Club IlI-IV- Dents Hockey Manager 
III. 
Future: — General Practitioner. 

JOHN A. WHYTE, Arnprior, Ont. 
.'Xrnprior High; Newman Club. 
Future; — Eating! 

JAMES WALTER WILSON, Windsor, Ont. 
Walkerville CI. 

ROBERT GEORGE WILSON. Toronto 
Humberside C.I.; Dental Hockey I-IV. 

H.\RRY WINEBURG. Toronto AQ (164) 

Harbord C.I.; Dentantics 47; Interfaculty Rugby & Basketball I. 
Future; — Practice in Toronto, Post grad work. 

MARVIN EDMUND WOLCH, Winnipeg. Man. AQ (165) 

Watson Sask. High; Pooky loves wide open spaces, Especially Golf 
Courses. 
Future: — The west, a nest, and Ruth. 

FREDERICK THOMAS WOOD, Lethbridge, Alta. 
Future: — Practice in the old Home-Town. 

GERRY LORNE WOODGER, Drinkwater, Sask. 
.\lto Sax. in Dentantics Band for 2 yrs; Tennis. 
Future; — Practice in the west; to own an M.G. 

ROY GORDON WOOLIDGE, Toronto (168) 

Humberside C.I.; Football I-V; Swimming ^1-V; Water polo I-V; 
Lacrosse I I-V; Track & Field I-IV. 
Future; — Dental Practice in Ontario. 

PHILIP ZAIDMAN. Toronto 
Parkdale C.I.; Football I. 
Future; — Practice in Toronto. 

ROCCI STEPHEN ZIMBAL.ATTE. North Bay, Ont. 
North Bay C.I.; Newman Club; Golf. 
Future; — Practice in North Bay. 




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ANNETTA KATHLEEN ANDERSON, Port Dalhousie, Ont. 
Dental Nursing, St. Catharines C.I.; Dentantics. 



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MARION HAZEL ANDERSON, Toronto (2) 

Dental Nursing, Runnymede C.I.; Vice-President of Class; 
Dentantics; Basketball. 
Future: — Work in Toronto. 



FRANCES AVONNE AVERY, Caledonia. Ont. (3) 

Dental Nursing, Caledonia High; Torontonensis Rep.; Badminton. 
Future: — Remain in Toronto. 




MIRIAM RUTH BAILEY, Toronto (4) 

Dental Nursing, Etobicoke C.I.; Dentantics Representative. 
Future: — Dental Nursing maybe in U.S.A. 



JOYCE ELIZABETH BAUER, Vineland Station, Ont. (5) 

Dental Nursing, Beamsville High; Athletic Representative, Dentan- 
tics. 
Future: — Pedodontia work. 



AMY HELEN BEATTIE, Owen Sound. Ont. 
Dental Nursing. Owen Sound C.T.; Dentantics. 
Future: — Dental Office. 



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BETTY ELEANOR BENNETT, Moose Jaw, Sask. 
Dental Nursing. Moose Jaw Central C.I.; Dentantics. 
Future: — Dental Office. 



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MARY CARMEN BURROWS, Chapleau, Ont. (8) 

Dental Nursing, Chapleau High; Dentantics; Women's Union. 
Future: — Bermuda. 



JOY CAMERON, Fairlight, Sask. 
Dental Nursing, Fairlight High. 
Future: — Go back West. Clinic Work. 



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JOAN MARILYN COOPER, Halifax, N.S. (10) 

Dental Nursing, Queen Elizabeth High; Dentantics; House Council 
Y.W.C.A.; Basketball; Swimming; Women's Union. 
Future; — Public Health. 



JESSIE ELIZABETH DEANS-BUCHAN, Toronto 
Dental Nursing, North Toronto C.I.; Dentantics. 
Future; — Work in a dental office. 



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JOAN CATHERINE EHNES, Weston, Ont. (12) 

Dental Nursing, Weston C.I.; Hya Vaka Representative; Dentantics. 
Future: — Obtain position in Toronto. 




DUDLEY BRAY FLEMING. Toronto (13) 

Dental Nursing. Moulton College: Dentantics. 
Future:— Dental Nursing. (Surprise!) 



ELINOR JE.\N ERASER, Port Colborne. Ont. • (14) 

Dental Nursing. Port Colborne High; Dentantics. 
Future: — To work in U.S.A. 



ELIZABETH JANE MARTIN. Sutton West, Ont. (15) 

Dental Nursing, Sutton High; President of Dental Nursing. 
Future: — Public Health. 



ELEANOR MORGAN, Hamilton, Ont. (16) 

Dental Nursing, Westdale C.I.; Dentantics. 



MARY ELIZABETH MUSKE, Chapleau, Ont. (17) 

Dental Nursing. Bishop Strachan School. 
Future: — South Pasedena, California, U.S.A. 



MARJA MARGARET ELIZABETH McLEAN, Toronto (18) 

Dental Nursing, St. Clements; Dentantics. 
Future: — Dental nurse or further education in line of Social Service. 



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Dental 
Nursing 




ELEANOR JANET McMULLEN, Toronto (19) 

Dental Nursing, Runnymede C.I. 

DOROTHY GRACE McNIVEX. V ictoria. B.C. (20) 

Dental Nursing, Branksome Hall; Skating. 
Future: — Working in Ontario. 

PATRICIA LOUISE SAVAUGE, Seaforth, Ont. (21) 

Dental Nursing. Seaforth High; Secretary-Treasurer, Dental 
Nursing. 
Future: — Dental Nursing in Toronto. 

YVONNE EDITH TAYLOR, Toronto (22) 

Dental Nursing, Etobicoke C.I.; Dentantics. 
Future: — Dental Nursing in Bermuda and U.S.-A. 



BARBARA ANN TILLEY. Toronto (23) 

Dental Nursing. Earl Haig C.I.; Dentantics. 
Future: — Dental Nursing or Further fc^ducation in the United States. 



JEAN MARGARET WARREN, Toronto 



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Dental Nursing, Westdale C.I.; Dental Nurses -Alumnae Ass.iciation 
Representative. 

Future: — Dental office. 



FLORENCE ANN WHILLANS, Toronto 

Dental Nursing, Bishop Strachan School; Social Convener 
Future: — Dental Office in Toronto. 



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Ontario College 
of Pharmacy 



R. O. HURST 



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T is always interesting and important to have a record of your college days. You have that 
in Torontonensis. Each student should have a copy, because in the years to come you will 
enjoy looking through the book and it will bring to your mind many happy associations. 
There will be the happy memories of the athletic struggles of your class, the success of your 
various class activities and above all, the uplift that each one has derived from the total exper- 
ience of college life, especially the benefits of comradeship with the dozens of fine young 
people who were your associates. 

It is possible for one to obtain a fair grasp of the essentials of pharmacy by home study, 
but such a student would be impoverished in many ways in comparison with the richness of 
the reward that a student gains by the lively contact with fellow students. The same principle 
will apply after your graduation. Do not walk alone. Do not hold yourself aloof from your 
College, your pharmaceutical associations or your neighbours in pharmacy. An intimate 
contact with your fellow graduates will bring to you new concepts of the importance of your 
responsibilities, and new opportunities for service in Pharmacy. Pharmacy needs your help, 
your constructive help, your enthusiasm in promoting the new frontier in pharmacy that will 
be ntianifest within the next three or four years, in which time you will observe a dramatic 
change in the academic instruction given to the students who follow you. 

Your College is making plans to bring about the greatest change in its internal structure 
that has been made since the inception of pharmacy in Ontario, some seventy-five years ago. 
We ask you to lend your interest and help. 

In the years to come you will be proud to realize that you had a chance to witness the 
Initiation of the change, the graduation of your College course from one that is manifestly 
inadequate for the new demands made on pharmacy to one that will be considered to be in 
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STANLEY DOUGLAS ADAMS. Forest. Ont. 
Pharmacy, Forest High. 



W1LLL\M LESTER ALLAN. Brantford, Ont. 
Pharmacy. Brantford C.L 
Future: — To graduate in '50. 



WILLL-^M GORDON ALLCOCK, Sault Ste. Marie. Ont. 
Pharmacy. Sault C.L 
Future: — Retail Pharmacy. 



JAMES NAIRN ANDERSON, Toronto 
Pharmacy. Malvern C.L 
Future: — Retail Pharmacist. 



RALPH CRAWFORD ANDERSON, Guelph, Ont. 
Pharmacy, Rehabilitation School. 
Future: — Retail Pharmacist. 



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ALBERT APPELBAUM, Toronto P H <I> (6) 

Pharmacy. Harbord C.L 

Future: — Plans an ethical pharmacy — laboratory; would also like to 
continue pharmaceutical studies. 



BERT LANGDON ARMSTRONG, Arthur. Ont. 
Pharmacy, Arthur High. 
Future: — Travelling Salesman or Retail Pharmacy. 



BETTY ELAINE ASSELSTINE, Carleton Place, Ont. 
Pharmacy, Carleton Place High. 
Future: — Retail Pharmacy. 



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IRVING BAIN. Toronto (9) 

Pharmacy, Harbord; Y.M.H.A. 

Future: — To eventually have a drugstore of my own and become 
married! Make lots of money. 



ROSS WILLIAM BARBER. Toronto (10) 

Pharmacy. Oakwood C.L; Table Tennis Club: Squash; All sports in 
general; Class Executive. 
Future: — To start my own business in a small town. 



WALTER JAMES BELL. Beeton. Ont. 
Pharmacy, Beeton Continuation. 



ARCHIE BLACKMAN. Glace Bay, N. S. 
Pharmacy. Glace Bay High. 



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JAMES BLEIWEIS, Toronto PH* (13) 

Pharmacy, Harbord C.L; B.A. from U.C. in 1945; Volleyball. 
Future: — Retail Pharmacy. 



WILLIAM ERNEST BONN ELI . Owen Sound. Ont. (14) 

Pharmacy, Owen Sound C.V.I. ; Skiing; Hunting; Fishing; Basketball; 
Badminton. 



JEANNETTE PATRICIA BOURASSA. Windsor. Ont. 
Pharmacy. Walkerville C.L 
Future: — Retail Pharmacy. 



FERGUS JAMES BROWN, Toronto 
Pharmacy, York Memorial C.L 



DARIA LIDIA BRYGIDER, Lviv. Galizia, Ukraine 
Pharmacy. Vienna. 
Future: — Retail Pharmacy. 



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RUTH FOWLER CANT, Owen Sound, Ont. (18) 

Pharmacy. Owen Sound C.L; Executive I; Volleyball; Y.W.C.A.; 
Archery; Skiing. 
Future: — Nic; Retail Pharmacy. 



DONALD ERNEST CHARBONNEAU, Windsor, Ont. 
Pharmacy. St. Joseph's High. 
Future: — Retail Pharmacy. 



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JOHN WILLIAM CHIVERS. Sarnia. Ont. (20) 

Pharmacy. Sarnia C.L; Shooting team; Signal team; Skiing; Bad- 
mmton. 
Future : — Retail Pharmacy. 

JOY ROSEMARY CHRISTIAN. Churchill, Ont. (21) 

Pharmacy. Bradford High; Executive II; Y.W.C.A.; W.C.T.U. 
Future: — Retail Pharmacy. 




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MARV EILEEN CONXELLV. South Porcupine, Ont. (22) 

Pharmacy, South Porcupine High; Secretary for second year execu- 
tive. 



H.\RVEV GERALD COONS. Preston, Ont. 
Pliarmacy, Preston High; Class President L 



WILLL'MVI ROSS COWPER. Temiskaming. Que. 
Pharmacy, Temiskaming High. 



HOWARD DAWSO.X CRAVDON, Toronto 

Pharmacy. York Memorial C.I.; Golf; Ping Pong. 
Future: — Retail Pharmacy. 



GEORGE IMRIE CROOKS. Port Arthur, Ont. 
Pharmacy. Port Arthur C.L 



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JKAX-PALL LUCIEN DESJARDINS. Ottawa. Ont. 

Pharmacy, University of Ottawa; Newman Club; Hockey; Tennis; 

Skiing. 

Future; — Retail Pharmacy. 



ROBERT P.A.UL DOIG, London, Ont. 
Pharmacy, London S.A.B. C.I. 
Future: — Retail Pharmacy. 



DOROTHY JEAN DORRANCE. Sault Ste. Marie. Ont. 
Pharmacy, Sault Ste. Marie High; Executive 48-4Q. 
Future; — Retail Pharmacy. 



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JOHN EDWARD DUTTON, Woodstock, Ont. (30) 

Pharmacy, Woodstock C.L; Interested in sports, particularly 
Hockey and Baseball, 
Future: — Pharmacy. 



WILLIAM BRUCE DUTTON. Woodstock, Ont. (31) 

Pharmacy. Woodstock C.L 
Future: — Practice of Pharmacy. 



RALPH MILTON EDSON, Toronto (32) 

Pharmacy, Harbord C.L 
Future: — Retail Pharmacy. 



REGIN.^LD JOHN ERNEST ELGAR, Long Branch, Ont. (33) 

Pharmacy. Long Branch High. 



BRUCE EVERETT ELLIOTT, Gait, Ont, (34) 

Pharmacy, Gait C.L 
Future: — Retail Pharmacy. 



WILLIAM DONALD ELLIS. Kapuskasing, Ont. (35) 

Pharmacy. Ivapuskasing High; Golfing; Skiing; Skating. 
Future: — Retail Pharmacy. 



HERBERT LAWRENCE ESFORD, Kingston, Ont, (36) 

Pharmacy, Kingston C.V.I. 
Future: — Retail Pharmacy. 



SYDNEY FAIBISH, Toronto P H* (37) 

Pharmacy, Harbord C.L; S..A..C. Representative I, II; On Executive 
Committee I, II. 
Future: — Retail Pharmacy. 

DONALD HAROLD FIRBY, Simcoe, Ont. (38) 

Pharmacv, Simcoe High. 

Future: — To graduate in IQ.SO. Hope to enter Retai IPharmacy and 
own store in small town. 

WILLIAM ROWLAND FOLTAS, Fort Erie, Ont. (39) 

Pharmacy, Fort Erie High; Interested in Basketball, Football, Jazz 
enthusiast. 
Future: — Retail Pharmacist. 

DON.^LD RALPH FULLER, Toronto (40) 

Pharmacy, Earl Haig C.L; Tennis; Golf; Football; Chess. 
Future: — Retail Pharmacy. 



ISABELL GARLOCK. Toronto 
Pharmacy, Harbord C.I. 
Future: — Retail Pharmacy. 

ORV.AL W1LLI.A.M GAUL, Stratford, Ont. 
Pharmacy, Stratford C.L; Badminton; Golf. 
Future: — Retail Pharmacy. 



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JAMES DUNCAN GEDDKS, Perth, Ont. (43) 

Pharmacy. Perth C.I.; Softball; Track; Basketball. 
Future: — Retail Pharmac\-. 



JEAN LOUISE GEDDES. Toronto (44) 

Pharmacy. Riverdale C.I. 



SYDNEY GERSTEIN. Toronto (45) 

Pharmacy. Harbord C.I. 
Future: — Retail Pharmacy. 



JOHN KENDRICK GIFFIN, Toronto (46) 

Pharmacy. Brockville C.I. 
Future: — Retail Pharmacy. 



HEDLEY GOODYEAR GORDON, St. George, Ont. (47) 

Pharmacy, St. George High; Hunting; Fishing; Shooting. 
Future: — Retail Pharmacy. 



PERCY GRADER. Toronto (48) 

Pharmacy, Harbord C.I.; Engineering; -Arts; Law; P.H. & E.; 
Soc. & Phil., etc. 
Future: — Expect to major in Meds, Dentistry. 



NORMAN GREENBERG, Toronto 
Pharmacy, Harbord C.I. 
Future: — Girls, girls and more girls. 



JOHN HUGH GREENE, HuntsviUs, Ont. 
Pharmacy. Huntsville High. 
Future: — Retail Pharmacy. 



HAROLD GROSSMAN, Toronto 
Pharmacy. Harbord C.I. 



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THOMAS VICTOR GRUBS, Toronto (52) 

Pharmacy, Walkerton High; Y.M.C.A.; Interested in all sports. 
Future: — Sales position with a pharmaceutical company. 



HOWARD FREDERIC HANSEN. Sarnia, Ont. (53) 

Pharmacy, Sarnia C.I.; Junior Executive; Basketball. 



DOUGLAS WILLIAM HARE, Creemore, Sask. (54) 

Pharmacy, Creemore High. 
Future: — Pharmacy Retail Traveller. 



DOREEN WINNIFRED HARKER, Brockville, Ont. (55) 

Pharmacy, Brockville C.I. 
Future: — Hospital Pharmacy. 



WILLIAM BURNS HOLT, Brantford, Ont. (56) 

Pharmacy, Brantford C.I.; Baseball and Hockey. 
Future: — Retail or sales position in Pharmacy. 



CALVIN WALTER JAEGER. Thorold, Ont. (57) 

Pharmacy. Thorold C.I. 
Future: — Retail Pharmacy. 



LORNE WILLIAM JOHNSON, Norwood, Ont. (58) 

Pharmacy. Norwood High. 
Future: — Retail Pharmacy. 



VERNON IRA JOHNSON, Bruce. Alta. (59) 

Pharmacy, Truro C.C.A., N.S. 



MARY JEAN JOHNSTON. Chatham, Ont. (60) 

Pharmacy. Chatham C.I. 
Future: — Up to fate. 



ARTHUR WALTER THOM.VS JOYCE, Hamilton. Ont. (61) 

Pharmacy, Delta C.I. 



JOHN FREDERICK KELLY. Petrolia, Ont. (62) 

Pharmacy. Petrolia High; Basketball. 
Future: — Very indefinite. 



THOMAS HENRY KENNEY, Hamilton. Ont. (63) 

Pharmacy. Delta C.I. 




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DOUGLAS LAWRENCE KIMPEL. Gait, Ont. (64) 

Pharmacy, Gait C.L; President, 2nd Year Executive. 
Future: — Retail Pharmacy. 

HARRY WILLIAM LAW, Oshawa, Ont. (65) 

Pharmacy, Oshawa C.V.I. 
Future: — Retail Pharmacy. 

FR.'\NCIS LEROY LEACH. Chatham, Ont. (66) 

Pharmacy Chatham C.L; Radio; .Amateur Photography. 
Future: — Retail Drug Trade. 

LEWIS LEVITT, Toronto ' (67) 

Pharmacy, Jarvis C.L 
Future: — Retail Pharmacy. 

OWEN LEONARD LLOYD. Ottawa. Ont. (68) 

Pharmacy, St. Patrick's College. 
Future: — Retail Pharmacy. 

C.'\RMAN EUGENE LONDRY. Kingston, Ont. (69) 

Pharmacy, Kingston C.L: Boys' work; Basketball. 
Future: — Retail Pharmacy. 

GEORGE EDWARD LOTHIAN, Kirkland Lake, Ont. (70) 

Pharmacy, Kirkland High. 
Future: — Retail Pharmacy. 

JAMES ROBERT LUTON, Hamilton, Ont. (71) 

Pharmacy, Westdale C.L; 1st Yeai Class Committee; Basketball. 

KENNETH .ALLAN MacARTHUR, Lindsay Ont, (72) 

Pharmacy, Lindsay CI. 

THOMAS JAMES MacGOUGAN. Ottawa, Ont. (73) 

Pharmacy, Nepean High; Volleyball I; Fencing; Interested in Tennis; 
Sailing. 
Future: — Retail Pharmacy. 

ROY JACK MacLAREN. Renfrew, Ont. (74) 

Pharmacy, Renfrew High. 
Future: — Retail Pharmacy. 

MARY ELIZABETH MacLE.AN, Toronto (75) 

Pharmacy, Oakwood C.L; Girls' Volleyball Team. 
Future; — Hospital or Retail Pharmacy. 

RUTH MARY MALPASS, Hamilton, Ont. (76) 

Pharmacy. Delta C.L; Member of Pharmacy Volleyball Team; 
.Apprenticed for J. C. Custeau, Hamilton. 
Future: — Retail Pharmacy. 

BASIL CHARLE MARKLE, Toroqto (77) 

Pharmacy, De La Salle "Oaklands ". 

GEORGE ALEXANDER MARR, Grimsby, Ont. (78) 

Pharmacy, Grimsby High; My favourite sport is basketball. 

B.ARB.AR.A ANN MARTIN, Windsor, Ont. (79) 

Pharmacy, Windsor C.L; Member Executive I; Girls' Volleyball 
Team; Tennis. 
Future: — Work in retail store 

WILLIAM PRESTON MAVEN, Toronto (80) 

Pharmacy, Y'ork Memorial C.I. 
Future: — Retail Pharmacy. 

JOHN JEROME McCARTHY. Renfrew, Ont. (81) 

Pharmacy, Renfrew High, 
Future: — Pharmacist. 

ERNEST STUART McMULLAN, Toronto (82) 

Pharmacy, York Memorial C.I. 
Future: — Retail Pharmacy. 

ANDREW ROY MILLER. Bath, Ont. (83) 

Pharmacy, Bath Continuation; Paid up member of Elbow Bending 
Club. 
Future: — Retail Pharmacy 

RICHARD TIBB MILLER, Cookstown, Ont. (84) 

Pharmacy, Cookstown High; .A.F. & .A.M. 
Future: — To own a drug store in Cookstown. 

NORMAN EDWIN MOOTE. Dunnville, Ont. (85) 

Pharmacy. Dunnville High: Hobby — music. 
Future: — Hope to go into wholesale or retail pharmacy. 

WILLIAM WILSON MUCHAN, Ancaster, Ont. (86) 

Pharmacy, Hamilton C.L; Rifle Club; Detailing; lotslof golf. 
Future: — Raise five boys. 




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Executive; 



(89) 
Captain. 



HARRY HUGH MULLINS, Windsor, Ont. 
Pharmacy. Walkerville C.I. 

ALLISON ALBERT MUNDS, London. Ont. 
Pliarniacy. St. Marys C.I. 

SHIRLEY JEAN MURCAR, Dundalk. Ont. 
Pharmacy. Dundalk High; Treasurer. Jr 
Volleyball Team. 
Future: — Retail Pharmacy. 

WILLIAM HENRY MURPHY. Owen Sound. Ont. (90) 

Pharmacy. Owen Sound C.I.; Tennis; Hockey; Golf; Skiing; Fishmg. 
Future: — Post Grad work at Owen Sound. 

JOHN ALEXANDER NICOL. Owen Sound, Ont. (91 

Pharmacy, Owen Sound C.L; Interested in Philately; Interested 
in nearly all types of sport. 
Future: — Own Retail Pharmacy. 

RUTH MARIE O'DONNELL. Fort William. Ont. (92 

Pharmacy. Arpin Memorial C.L; Newman Club; Volleyball Team; 
Taught School in North; .Associate Western Conservatory of Music 
(A.W.C.M.). 
Future: — Hospital Pharmacy and Music. 

JOSEPH CHARLE EDMOND RANGER. Ottawa. Ont. 
Pharmacy, Ottawa University. 
Future: — To own a Retail Pharmacy. 

GEORGE FREDERICK REA. Whitby. Ont. 

Pharmacy, Whitby High; Tennis; Badminton; Hockey. 
Future: — Retail Pharmacy. 

GEORGE THOMAS SCRIBBINS. Clinton, Ont. 
Pharmacy, Clinton C.L 
Future: — Early Retirement. 

LESLIE OTTO SHVEMAR, Montreal, Que. P H * 

Pharmacy, West Hill High. 
Future: — To raise delivery boys for the drug store 

RONALD WILLIAM SMALLMAN. Thorold. Ont. 
Pharmacy, Thorold Rehab, and High. 
Future: — Good job. big house, large family. 

FRANK JOHN SMITH. Tillsonburg, Ont. 
Pharmacy, Tillsonburg High. 
Future: — Hope to own a Retail Pharmacy in a small town. 

HARVEY CLAYTON SMITH, Scotland, Ont. 
Pharmacy. Brantford C.L 
Future;^To graduate in 5T0. 

ROBERT JOHN SMITH. Brampton. Ont. 

Pharmacy, Brampton High, Toronto Rehabilitation School; Base 

ball; Basketball; Bowling. 

Future: — To operate own Retail Pharmacy. 



MAIDA DOREEN SNELGROVE, Toronto (101) 

Pharmacy, North Toronto C.L; On Council of Junior Executive; 
On Volleyball Team. 
Future: — Hospital Pharmacy. 

HARVEY SNITMAN. Toronto 
Pharmacy, Harbord C.L 
Future: — Pharmacy ?!! 

NELSON JOHN STRADER. Walkerton, Ont. 
Pharmacy, Walkerton High. 
Future: — To graduate in 1950. 

JAMES H. STUTT. Bowmanville. Ont. 

Pharmacy, Bowmanville High; Vice-President, Pharmacy I. 

KENNETH BORDEN SUTTON, Schomberg, Ont. 
Pharmacy, Weston High; .A.F. & A.M. 

DONALD WEBSTER TAYLOR, Toronto 
Pharmacy, Scarboro C.L; Basketball. 

ORMA YVONNE TURNER. Orton. Ont. 
Pharmacy. Fergus High; 
Future: — Pharmacy. 

WILLIAM EDGAR TURNER. Toronto 
Pharmacy. Lawrence Park C.L 

CECIL EVERTON WALTERS, Midland, Ont. 
Pharmacy. Midland High. 
Future: — To own a Pharmacy in a small town. 

GEORGE HERBERT WATSON. Port Hope, Ont. 
Pharmacy. Port Hope High. 

REGINALD EDWARD WILSON. Brantford. Ont. 
Pharm.-icy, Brantford C.L; On Volleyball Team; 
attraction; Piano and Organ. 
Future : — Pharmacy. 





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Faculty of 
Music 



SIR ERNEST MacMILLAN 

B.A., D.Mus.. LL.D., Mus.Doc, D. Litt. 



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O have fulfilled all the requirements dettianded of candidates for rhusical degrees is rK) 
small achievement and I am happy to add my warmest congratulations to those which the 
successful candidates will undoubtedly be receiving fromi their friends. The class of 1950 as a 
whole has shown enthusiasm and ability in the pursuit of musical knowledge and skill; its 
members have moreover taken their share in extra-curricular activities of a type that contri- 
bute much to the student's all-round development and, in some cases, to the benefit of the 
community in which he or she lives. 



In bidding farewell and wishing God-speed to this year's graduating class, I should like 
to remind them that the possession of a university degree entails great responsibility. No 
curriculum can include everything desirable in a musician's professional equipment and the 
most strenuous efforts on the part of even the miost gifted student leave him still facing almost 
infinite tasks and potentialities. May you therefore never rest on your laurels but continue 
your efforts to scale further heights and attain the utmost that your individual gifts will 
allow.^" 



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RONALD WALKKK ANDKRSON. Oakville. Out. 
Oakville High 



(1) 



ELSIE BABIAK. Toronto (2) 

Harbord C.L; Toronlonensis Rep.; Conservatory (Sr.) Symphony I- 
III; Opera School Orcliestra I-III; I'.C. Music Club; Concert 
Mistress of I'niversity Synii)hony Orcliestra IH. 

Future: — Teaching; Developing a hobby in the higher ethics of 
chartered accounting. 



HONOR NIPPER BENSON, Victoria. B.C. 
Victoria C.I.;S.A.C. Rep. 



(3) 



DANIEL FRANK BLACHFORD. Toronto (4) 

U.T.S. ; University Symphony Orchestra; Conservatory Symphonic 
Band; U.C. Music Club; All -Varsity Revue; Class Rep.; Golf. 
Future: — Teaching: School Instrumental and Band; Choral Orchestral 
work. 

GORDON RCSSELL BROOKS. Toronto (5) 

East York C.L; Librarian — University Symphony Orchestra III; 
Librarian. All-Varsitv Chorus III; Reporter. The Varsity (A.M.&D.) 
III. 
Future: — Teaching. 



ANN PATRICIA CAWTHRA, Toronto 
Branksome Hall. 
Future: — Teaching. 

JEAN-PAUL YVES CHABOT. Kingston. Ont. 
Regiopolis College; ."Ml-Varsitv Revue II-III; 
II, III 
Future: — Post Graduate Work at Queen's. 



(6) 



(7) 
Blue & White Band 



FRANKLIN EUGENE CHURCHLEY. Port Hope. Ont. (8) 

Port Hope High; Conservatory Symphonic Band I-III; Hart House 
Glee Club I; I'.C. Follies HI; University Symphony Orchestra III. 
Future: — Teaching. 

BRUCE DUNCAN, Kenora, Ont. (9) 

Kenora High; La Societe Frangaise I; L'.C. Players Guild I; U.C. 
Music Club II-III; President III; Hart House Glee Club II; Blue 
and White Band I-III; University Symphony I-III; Royal Conserva- 
tory Symphony I-III. 

Future: — Ontario College of Education; career in Secondary School 
music teaching. 



DELTRA RUTH EAMON, Biggar, Sask. 

Biggar High; Victoria College "Pirates of Penzance" 

College "Down in the Valley" II. 

Future: — Continuing with my singing career. 

CHARLES BANKS FOSTER. Verdun, Que. 
Verdun High; Blue and White Band; Soccer. 



(10) 
University 



(11) 



RAYMOND FREDRICK GLOVER, Williamsville, N.Y. (12) 

Riverside High; Hart House Glee Club II-III; U.C. Operetta II-III; 
Under Graduate Association I-III; President III. 
Future: — Postgrad work at Union Theological Seminary. 

DOROTHY MARION HAMILTON. Toronto (13) 

ParkdaleC.L; 

Future: — "Peter" is a Bell Singer and looks foreward to Post grad 
work with the class of '49. 



BARBARA HARGRAFT. Toronto 
Branksome Hall. 
Future: — Teaching. 



(14) 



LEE ALFRED HEPNER. Edmonton, .41ta. (15) 

Edmonton Technical; Conductor U. of T. Symphony Orchestra & 
All-Varsity Mixed Chorus. 

Future: — Further study in P-urope; Developing Music in Western 
Canada. 

ELMER WALTER ISELER. Gait, Ont. (16) 

Port Colborne High; Mendelssohn Choir; Conservatory Band; 
Conductor, Victoria Glee Club; Assistant Conductor, University 
Symphony Orchestra; All-Varsity Mixed Chorus. 
Future: — High School Teaching. 

JACK KANE. Toronto (17) 

Rehabilitation; Member of Composer's Workshop; Have had 
Compositions Performed at Victoria College (Liberal Arts Club); 
Clarinetist with Conservatory Opera School Orchestra. 
Future: — Teaching and Composition. 

WILLIAM EDWARD MARWICK, Cochrane, Ont. (18) 

Cochrane High; Choral Director U.C. Follies '49; Curator. Carnegie 
Record Collection ; I.S.S. ; Musical Composition. 
Future: — High School Teaching: Choral Work. 

ROGER WARD McADAM, Ottawa. Ont. (19) 

Glebe C.L; Glee Club Committee II-III; Varsity Radio Show III; 
Original Musical Comedy; U.C. Music Club; "Red Mill" Conductor; 
Undergrad -Association I- 1 II. 
Future: — High School Teacher. 





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CATHERINE CHARLOTTE MORRIS. Port Arthur, Ont. (20) 

Port Arthur C.I.; Vice President Undergraduate Association of 
Faculty of Music III; Music Club. University College I-III; All- 
Varsity Chorus III. 
Future; — Teaching. 



EARL ROY SIMARD, Timmins. Ont. (21) 

Timmins High; Blue & White Band II; Ski Club I-III; Music Club 
II. 
Future: — Supervising of Music in the schools. 



JUNE LUCILLE STRATTON, Owen Sound. Ont. (22) 

Owen Sound C.I.; Undergraduate Association Executive Class Rep. 
II; Class Chairman III; Accompanist 'The Red Mill" III; (U C. 
Music Club). 
Future: — Teaching. 



DOROTHY THORNTON. Regina. Sask. (23) 

Regina Central C.I.; Secretary-Treasurer Music Course II; U.C. 
Music Club III. 
Future: — Teaching in U.S. 



MARGERY MAE VAUGHAN. Port Alberni. B.C. (24) 

Alberni District High; I.S.S. Representative. Faculty of Music. 
Future: — Music Teaching. 



JOHN FREDERICK WATSON. Leamington. Ont. (25) 

Leamington High; St. Mary Magdalene Choir; Dr. Bell C.B.C. 
Male Choir; U.C. Operetta "Down in the Valley;" Conservatory 
Symphonic Band; Concert Organization on Campus. 
Future: — Post grad work at U. of Minnesota or Ohio State. 



LLOYD .ALVIN ZURBRIGG. Listowel. Ont. (26) 

Listowel High; French Club; Music Club; Piano; A terrific devotion 
to the growing and developing of iris, and interested in soil science. 
Future: — Sufificient unto the day. 




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Faculty of 
Forestry 

J. W. B. SISAM 

B.Sc.F., M.F. 



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OR the third successive year it is possible 
to record that the largest class of foresters in 
the history of the Faculty has completed its 
training at this University. Much the same 
situation is true for the other Canadian schools 
and after some forty years of slow but steady 
growth the profession of forestry is now quite 
suddenly in a period of rapid expansion — so 
much so that the number of graduate foresters 
in this country will double in the course of 
five years. 

A question of increasing importance is whether or not opportunities for professional 
employment are keeping pace with the supply of trained men. Up to the present conditions 
have been fairly satisfactory and there is no doubt as to the inherent need for many more 
graduates to deal adequately with our forestry problems. However with the tremendous 
increase in numbers during the past two years it seems probable that a period of adjustment 
between demand and supply will be necessary. This is a problem of the immediate future in 
connection with which the following points may perhaps be considered relevant. 

A period of practical experience and training immediately after graduation and before 
assuming technical responsibilities is as important in forestry as in other professions. While 
some jobs that provide such experience during an apprenticeship period may not be as 
remunerative as others at the time, their real value is in the preparation they afford for the 
future. The proper development of this concept in cooperation with industry and govern- 
ment departments might well result in the more extensive employment of foresters and 
eventually in the strengthening of forestry and the forestry profession. 

The progress that has been made in Canadian forestry up to the present time — and it has 
been considerable — has come about mainly through the efforts of the foresters themselves, 
individually and collectively. This must also be true of future progress. Advances can come 
about only if members of the profession are giving constant attention to the many problems 
affecting proper forestry practice, each in his own field, and together making every effort for 
their solution. It has taken more than one hundred years for certain European countries to 
attain their policy of carefully guarded and intelligently tended forests. So much the harder 
must we work to attain our goal in a country only now beginning to be forestry-conscious. 
Our first responsibilities must of course be to our respective employers but we must also all 
recognize certain responsibilities to our profession if we are to make our best progress. 

For those of you who have a particular interest in one or other specialized field there can 
be a widening of opportunity through post-graduate studies. However unless conditions are 
exceptional it is generally agreed that at least one or two years of practical experience in the 
field should intervene between an undergraduate course and more advanced work. It may 
perhaps be said that a real interest in the subject, more than an average ability for clear and 
accurate thinking, and much persevering are necessary for real success in post-graduate w^ork 
and in developing the opportunities that this may lead to. 

Whatever may be your hopes and plans for the future, rest assured that your Faculty and 
your University wish you every success in a happy venture. 4" 



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WALTER DAVID ADLAM. Toronto 

Etobicoke C.I.; On the staff of The .1 nnual Ring. 
Future; — Forestry practice. 



(1) 



EDWARD WALTER AMOS. Kitchener, Ont. (2) 

Kitchener C.L; Foresters' Club; Volleyball; Business Manager. 
The Annual Ring. 

Future: — Forester. Spruce Falls Power & Paper Co. Ltd., Kapuska- 
sing, Ont, 



EVAN FINLAY ANDERSON, Kincardine. Ont. (3) 

Kincardine High; Foresters' Club 1-IV; Assistant Sports Editor III; 
Editor IV. The .Annual Ring; Forestry Teams — Football II. Hockey 
II-III, Basketball 1-!II, 



PHILIP EDWIN ANSLOW. Pembroke. Ont. 
Pembroke High; Foresters' Club. 



(4) 



GEORGE ALBERT ASHENDEN, Port Colborne. Ont, (S) 

Port Colborne High; Foresters' Club I-IV. 

Future: — Employment with Ontario Department of Lands & Forest. 
Division of Timber Management — (Forest Resources Inventory). 

GORDON ROSS BAIN. Toronto (6) 

East York C.I.; Foresters' Club I-IV; Publicitv The .Annual Ring 
ni-IV; Basketball. 
Future: — Pulp and Paper Industry. 

RONALD ARCHER BALKWILL, Windsor, Ont. (7) 

Walkerville CI.; Foresters' Club I-IV; Forestry Basketball I-IV. 
Future: — Employment with Ontario Department of Lands & Forests 
Division of Timber Management. F.R.I. 

RUPERT HEDLEV BANKS. Waterville. N.S. (8) 

Kings County -Academy. Kentville, N.S.; Golf; Hockey; Basketball. 
Future; — Forestry, industry. 

WILLIAM ARTHUR BARTLETT. St. Marys. Ont. (9) 

St. Mary's C.L; Member of Staff, The Annual Ring III-IV. 
Future: — Forestry practice. Spruce Falls Power and Paper Co. Ltd, , 
Kapuskasing. Ont. 



GORDON CAMERON BELL, Cobourg, Ont. 
Cobourg C.L; Hart House Camera Club. 
Future: — Employment with a pulp company. 



'vr (10) 



COLIN MACDON.A.LD BLACKWOOD, Port Dalhousie, Ont. (11) 
St. Catharines C.L; Forestry Lacrosse "A" Team, 



LESLIE WILLIAM BOOTH. SaultSte, Marie, Ont. * K S (12) 

Sault Ste, Marie CL; Forestry Rugby II-IV; Hockey III. 

JOHN EDMUND BOTHWELL. Newmarket. Ont. (13) 

Newmarket High; Foresters' Club !-IV; Basketball I-IV. 
Future: — Forestry Work. 



WILLIAM RICHARD BUNTING. Ajax, Ont. 
Pickering Continuation. 
Future: — Employment with Department of Lands & Forests 



(14) 



CARL HERBERT BURTON. Niagara Falls. Ont. (IS) 

Niagara Falls C.L; Forestry Hockey II-III; Swim Team I; Foresters' 
Club I-IV. 
Future: — See the world. 



LEO GERARD CAHILL, Toronto 
De La Salle; Forestry Club, 
Future: — Nothing definite. 



(16) 



GRAHAM MI;RRAV CAMERON. Harcourt. N.B. 2N (17) 

Somerville High, Mass. U.S.A.; Hart House Revolver Club; Foresters' 
Club; Staff. The Annual Ring. 



ALAN SHAPTER COCHRANE, Toronto 
Humberside C.L 
Future : — Pathology, 



JOHN COCKERILL, Scarboro, Ont. 
Scarboro C.L 



THOMAS WILLIAM CONNOLLY, Durham, Ont. 
Durham High. 
Future: — Work in Forestry. 



IAN McDonald CRAN. Windsor. Ont. 
Sandwich C.L 



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JACK THOMPSON DAVIS. Stratford. Out. 
Stratford C.V'.I.; Foresters' Club. 

JACK KDWIN DICKENSON. Burlington, Ont. 
Burlington High. 

\Vn,FRED HENRY DIGBV. Cojiper Cliff, Ont. 

Copper Cliff Higli; Varsity .Senior Blues Hockey Club. 

ROBERT MARSHALL DIXON, Newmarket. Ont. 
Newmarket High. 

STUART ALAN DOAN. Port Colborne, Ont. 
Port Colborne C.I. 

JOHN TERENCE DORLAND. London, Ont. 
Pickering College; Foresters' Club. 



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(23) 



(24) 



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(26) 



(27) 



GEORGE STEWART DOULL, Perth, Ont. (28) 

Perth C.I.; Track & Harrier Club; Vice-President Forestry Athletic 
Assn.; Foresters' Club. 



BRUCE RONALD DREISINGER, Toronto (29) 

East York High 
Future: — Forestry Work. 



ELLIS K. E. DREVER, Flora. Ont. (30) 

Flora High; President, Foresters' Club. 



SYLVIO A. FOURNIER. Minnow Lake, Ont. (31) 

Sudbury High. 



MURRAY EDWARD GALL. Toronto (32) 

Lawrence Park C.I. 



J.^MES KEVIN GAUGH.'\N. Scotia, Ont. (.33) 

North Bay C.I.; Newman Club. 



GEORGE ALBERT GENGE, Toronto (34) 

North Toronto C.I. 



ARTHUR WARREN GHENT, Toronto (35) 

Jarvis C.I. 
Future: — L^ncertain — possibly postgraduate work in Forestry. 



CH.\RLES LESLIE GIBSON, Newcastle, Ont. (36) 

Newcastle High; Lacrosse I-III; Soccer III-IV. 
Future: — Forestry work in the field. 



GORDON WILLIAM R. GILES, Toronto (37) 

Vaughan Road C.I. 



THOMAS COY' GORDON, Gait, Ont. 
St. Andrew's College. 
Future : — Forester. 



JOHN FRANCIS WILLIS GOURLAY. Kinburn, Ont. 
Kinburn Continuation. 
Future: — Forester. 



KENNETH DARCY' GRE.WES. Toronto 
U.T.S. 
Future: — Forester. 



CHARLES RIDLEY GROVES, Toronto 
Vaughan Road C.I. 

DONALD LeROY H.AGAR, Port Arthur, Ont. 
Port -Arthur C.I. 



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PETER MICHAEL ROSE HARVIE. Barrie. Ont. 
Upper Canada College; Forestry Club. 
Future: — Possibly into private industry. 



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JOHN STANLEY HAZELL. Toronto (44) 

Lawrence Park C.L; Lacrosse II-IV; Basketball I-III; Toronionensis 
Rep. IV. 
Future:— Industry? 



EDWARD LANCELOT HUGHES. Tillsonburg. Ont. 
Tillsonburg High. 
Future: — Research Work in Forestry. 

JOHN DOUGL.A.S HUGHES, Toronto 
Riverdale CI. 
Future: — Research in Forestry Work. 



(45) 



(46) 



(47) 



RODNEY WILLIAM HUMMEL, Chesterville. Ont. 
Chesterville High. 
Future; — Ontario Department of Lands & Forests — Timber 
Management Division. 

ERNEST REGINALD HUMPHREYS, .Aylmer. Ont. (48) 

Aylmer High; Foresters' Club. 
Future: — Manager of Camp No. 1. 

JAMES SAMUEL JAMESON. Toronto (49) 

Malvern C.L; Foresters' Club; Minor Basketball I-IV; Skiing; 
Badminton. 
Future: — Work — I suppose. 

JACK MITCHELL JARVIS. Campbellford. Ont. (50) 

Campbellford High; Foresters' Club. 
F'uture: — Post grad work at Yale. 

ARCHIE ROY CAMPBELL JONES. Toronto A A * (51) 

Trinity College School; U. of T. Senior Football; U. of T. Ski Team. 

ROBERT JOHN JULI.\N, Woodstock. Ont. (52) 

Woodstock C.L: Forestry Club; Forestry Rugby Team; Minor 
League Basketball. 
Fu t ure : — Forester. 

GEORGE VINCENT KAYE, Toronto (S3) 

St. Michael's College; Football III; Hockey I-III; Hockey Coach IV; 
Foresters' Club; Swimming II-III. 
Future: — National Park Recreational Occupation. 

THOM.^S HODGINS LLOYD. Timagami. Ont. (54) 

Haileybury High. 

DONALD DAVID LOCKH.^RT, Ste. .\nne De Bellevue. Que. (55) 

<i>K n 

Macdonald High. 

JAMES FREDERICK LONG, Toronto (56) 

Riverdale C.I. 

GORDON MATHESON LONGLEY. Toronto (57^ 

Humberside C.L 

STEVEN W. LUKINUK, Hudson, Ont. (58: 

Fort William High; The Annual Ring III-IV; Biology Club. 
Future:^Open to offer. 

DONALD WILLIAM MacGREGOR, Toronto (59) 

Runnymede C.L 

DAVID CHARLES MASON. London. Ont. (60^ 

London South C.L; Secretary-Treasurer, Foresters' Club; Football I- 
IV; Water polo & Basketball I-III; President South House Men's 
Residence IV. 
Future: — Possibly Postgrad in Forestry. 

WILLIAM KIRK McGINN, Toronto (61) 

North Toronto C.I. 

Future: — Employment in Forestry. 



JOHN ROBERT McKNIGHT, Toronto 
Humberside C.I. 



PAUL ALEXANDER MICK. Powassan, Ont. 
Powassan High; Foresters' Club. 

GORDON HENDERSON MILLER, Toronto 

Lawrence Park C.I. 
MANNING JOHN MONAGHAN. Richmond, Ont. 

Nepean High; Forestry Club. 

Future: — I've heard the country is going to the dogs so 1 m gomg to 

raise trees. 



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THOMAS JOSEPH OPENSHAW. Kenora. Ont. 
North Bay C.I. 

DOUGLAS MERWOOD PEACOCK. Barrie, Ont. 
Barrie C.I.; Foresters' Club. 



(66) 

(67) 



DONALD PENNA, Sudbury, Ont. (68) 

Sudbury High; Forestry Ski Team I-IV; Manager for Ski Team IV. 
Future: — Pulp & Paper, Northern Ontario. 

RICHARD JAMES PHILLIPS. Hamilton. Ont. (69) 

Hamilton Central; Foresters' Club. 
Future: — Work with Department of Lands and Forests. Ont. 

CARL JOSEPH POCHAILO, Kenora. Ont. S N (70) 

Kenora High; Faculty Hockey; Swimming. 
Future: — Work with pulp company or possibly government. 

ALLAN CLIFFORD POOLE, Orillia, Ont. (71) 

Orillia C.I.; President, Forestry .Athletic Association; Forestry Club; 
Hockey; Lacrosse; Tennis. 

RONALD FRANK RODWELL. Toronto (72) 

Northern Vocational; Forestry Club; Hockey — Player — Coach. 

DONALD ALEXANDER SCOTT, Indore, India (73) 

Oshawa C.I.; Forester's Club I-IV; Forestry Soccer I; Varsity Soccer 
II; Forestry Basketball I-IV. 
Future: — Reforestation Branch. Department of Lands & Forests. 

WILLIAM LEONARD SLEEMAN, Sleeman, Ont. (74) 

Rainy River High. 

Future: — Work with Department of Lands and Forests on Manage- 
ment. 



VICTOR ISAAC SLEEP, Lindsay, Ont. 
Lindsay C.I. 

JOHN CUNNINGHAM STEWART, Toronto 
Riverdale C.I.; Foresters' Club; Forestry Soccer. 
Future: — Forester. 



(75) 
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JOHN DOUGLAS STONE. Toronto (77) 

Lawrence Park C.I.; Tennis H-IV; Soccer III-IV; Skiing II-IV. 
Future : — Forester. 

EDWARD TAMOSETIS, Toronto (78) 

Kapuskasing High; Rugby; Hockey. 
Future: — Operational work in Forestry. 

HARRY WILLIAM ERNEST THOMAS. Port Arthur. Ont. (79) 
Port .-Arthur C.I.; Foresters' Club; Inter Faculty Rugby III-IV; 
Basketball I-III; Water polo II. 

ROBERT ERIC THOMSON. Toronto (80) 

Malvern C.I. 
Future: — Postgrad work in Forestry. 

JOHN ALFRED USHER, Grafton, Ont. (81) 

Cobourg High; Fore.sters' Club; Revolver Club II; The Annual Rine 
Staff. 



FREDERIC WESLEY WHEELER, Northmount. Ont. 
Earl Haig C.I.; Basketball I-IV. 

DANIEL CHARLES WHITE, Oakville, Ont. 

North Toronto C.I.; Foresters' Club; Forestry Soccer III-IV. 



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STANLEY BRUNSWICK WHITE, Port Arthur. Ont. 
Port Arthur C.I.; Soccer Team (Forestry). 
Future: — Employment with Industry in some formof Forestry Work. 

JAMES RICHARD MACKENZIEWILLIAMS. Shanty Bay. Ont. (85) 
Orillia C.I.; Editor, The Annual Ring IV; Editorial Staff III. 
Future: — Professional Forestry work. 

ERIC JOHN WINTERS, Fort William. Ont. (86) 

Fort William C.I.; Foresters' Club; Interfacultv Rugby I-IV- 
Interfaculty Water polo I-IV; Interfaculty Swimming III-IV. 



JOHN GODFREY WISKIN, Island Falls, Ont. 
Cochrane High; Foresters' Club I-IV. 



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DONALD GLEN WYLLIE. Windsor, Ont. 2N (88) 

Patterson C.I.; Forester's Club; Vice-President, Foresters' Club. 
DON.ALD CHAMBERLIN YULE, Ingersoll,'Ont. (89) 

IngersoU C.I.; Forestry Club I-IV; Boxing; Lacrosse II-IV- Hockey 

I!; Soccer IV. 

Future: — Bright to the wanderer. 





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School of 
Physical and 
Health Education 



H. A. GATES 



M.B. 



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-VE ATQUE VALE! How quickly three years go by. Yesterday, we welcomed you ^o 
the University; today we bid you God-speed. What of these three years? "What have you done 
with them? What have they done with you? Now is the time to pause and take stock. 



If your course has given you nothing but a body of information that you are now eager to 
use in order that you may make a living, the University has benefited you little or not at all. 
If, however, your vision is widened, your ability to think enhanced, your tolerance of the 
opinions of others increased, the University has benefited you greatly for it has taught you 
how to make — not merely a living — but a life. 

No doubt more than one subject of the curriculum appealed to you at first as being of 
very little practical value, but the best things in life of course are good for nothing — nothing 
material that is. Perhaps by now you have begun to realize the value of the useless. If so, 
your chances for a contented life are great whatever material success may be yours. 

As graduates of the University of Toronto you have not finished your course; you have 
just begun it. Your school exists to serve you after, as well as before, graduation and the more 
you keep us informed about the problems that confront you, the better we can adjust the 
course to meet growing and varying needs. Your active interest, therefore, in your School of 
Physical and Health Education and its Alumni Association will be to our common advantage. 

We shall watch your progress with interest; we hope you will often revisit us and we wish 
you the happiness that comes from service. Au revoir!^* 



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NATHALIE FAY ALLIN. Toronto 

North Toronto C.I.; Health's A-Poppin' 

Manager I. 

Future: — Recreation work. 



Show I-lII; 



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Baseball 



AUDREY JEAN BAREFOOT. Toronto (2) 

Humberside C.I.; Librarj- Chairman III; Hockey IMII; Swimming. 
Future; — Teaching either public or secondary. 

CATHERINE ELIZABETH CATTO. York Mills. Ont. AT (3) 

Branksonie Hall; P.H.E. Basketball; Volleyball I-III; U. of T. 
Basketball Pres. Ill; .\11-Varsitv Volleyball II; P.H.E. Swimming 
II-III; P.H.E. Aquatic Club II-III. 
Future: — O.C.E., then teaching. 

HELEN RHEA CHANNEN. Timmins, Ont. (4) 

Timmins High; Basketball; P.H.E. I. Ill; Basketball Coach Saint 
Hilda's Freshies 1949; Toronto Skating Club; U.T. Cheer Leader 
II. III. 

Future: — New York University for postgrad work in Community 
Recreation. 

(MRS.) ELLEN SHIRLEY COLE. Toronto (5) 

Harbord C.I. ; Softball MI; Health's A-Poppin I-III; Badminton 
I-III; Tennis MI. 
Future: — Recreation work. 

COLIN DONALD COLQUHOUN. Listowel. Ont. (6) 

Listowel High; LLC. Hockey II; U.C. Soccer, Lacrosse. Hockey III. 
Future: — O.C.E. 



MARIO CONCESSI. Port Colborne. Ont. 
Port Colborne High; Basketball; Soccer. 
Future: — O.C.E. — High School teaching. 



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PATRICIA ANNE CONWAY. Toronto (8) 

North Toronto C.I.; Volleyball Rep. P.H.E. Ill; Baseball II-III; 
Basketball I-III; Volleyball II-III; Intercollegiate Volleyball II-III; 
Basketball Coach. 
Future;— O.C.E. 

GEORGE ALAN CUMMINGS. North Bay. Ont. *rA (9) 

North Bay C.I.; Hockey I-III; Lacrosse II-III; Soccer III; P.H.E. 
Ill Social Rep; U.C. Hockey Rep III. 
Future: — Post grad. 

JOHN THOMAS DAVIES, Toronto S N (10) 

East York C.I.; C.O.T.C. I-III; Lacrosse IMII; Boxing II; Wrestling 
III; Basketball III. 
Future:— O.C.E. 

JEAN EILEEN DICKER. Toronto AOH (11) 

Timmins High; Softball and Volleyball I-III; Basketball coaching 
III; Health's A-Poppin' II-III; P.H.E. Rep. for W.U.U.A. III. 
Future: — High School Teaching. 



BENJAMIN ORIN DICKSON. Burgessville. Ont. 
Norwich High; Hockey I-III; Soccer III. 
Future:— O.C.E. 



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JANE DILLON, Toronto A* (13) 

St. Clements; Baseball I-III; Volleyball I; Badminton I-II; Varsity 
Aquacade; Basketball Coaching; Field Hockey Team. 
Future: — Teaching and owning my own camp. 

MARGARET CATHERINE DOYLE. Simcoe. Ont. (14) 

Simcoe High; Basketball P.H.E. I-III; Volleyball P.H.E.; Baseball 
P.H.E.; Coach P.H.E. I Basketball; U. of T. Volleyball; Campus 
Co-op. 
Future: — O.C.E. 



JOHN CHARLES ELLIOTT. Oshawa. Ont. 
Oshawa C.I.; Basketball III; Swimming. 
Future:— O.C.E. 

WALTER FERRIS. Toronto 
Future: — Teaching. 



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EDWARD B.M. FISHER. Toronto (17) 

Riverdale C.I.; Sr. Football I-III; P.H.E. Basketball; Wrestling; 
Health's A-Poppin. 
Future: — O.C.E. 

JOHN FLOWERS, Toronto (18) 

ALAN J. FONTANA. Toronto (19) 

North Toronto C.I.; Volleyball, Basketball II; Soccer III. 

MICHAEL JAMES FURLONG, Port Colborne, Ont. (20) 

Port Colborne High; Year Rep. II; P.H.E. .'\thletic Director III; 
Varsity Intermediate Basketball and Football II; Inter-faculty 
Football I. 
Future:— O.C.E. 

JAMES MURRAY GAYMAN. St. Catharines. Ont. (21) 

Merritton High; Senior Intercollegiate Track I-III; Interfaculty 
Swimming I-II; Basketball II. 
Future.— O.C.E. 




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DOUGLAS jAMRS GRANT. Truro, N.S. 

Colchester County High; Soccer III; Lacrosse III; Hockev IL 
Future:— O.C.E. 



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JACK MOXON GRAY, Toronto (23) 

Western Tech.: Senior Blues Football Mil; Senior Blues Basketball 
I-III; Track II. 
Future : — Teaching. 

FLORENCE GROSS, Toronto (24) 

Harbord C.I.; Softball; Volleyball; Health's A-Poppin; All-Varsity 
Aqua-Show. 
Future: — School of Social Work. 



CLINTON DWIGHT HAIST, Fonthill. Ont. 

Pelham District High; P.H.E. Basketball I-III; 
Soccer III; Wrestling I. Ill; Golf. 
Future:— O.C.E. 



Lacrosse 



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III; 



MARGARET BLANCHE HARRINGTON, Toronto ATA (26) 

Humberside C.I.; Captain Varsity Intercollegiate Swim Team I-III. 
Hockey; Varsity Cheerleading I-III; Health's A-Poppin'; P.H.E; 
Swimm.ing Rep.; Winner of Senior T. 
Future: — Post grad work in States. 

ROBERT LEONARD HEATH. Schumacher. Ont. (27) 

Schumacher High; U.C. Soccer Sr.; Basketball P.H.E. II-III; 
Track & Field. 
Future: — O.C.E., Post grad in States. 

T HELM A JOAN HENDERSON. Toronto (28) 

Runnymede C.I.; 3rd Vr. Rep. P.H.E.U.A.; P.H.E. Basketball I-III; 
P.H.E. Volleyball I-III; All-Varsity Volleyball MI; U. of T. Volley- 
ball President; P.H.E. Softball III; Basketball Coaching; U. of T. 
Aquacade. 
Future: — O.C.E. then teaching. 

JOHN ROY HERMAN, Toronto (29) 

Kirkland Lake C.I.; Woodworking & Carpentry; Dancing; Golf. 
Future: — To become a secondary school teacher. 

GERALD E. HIGENELL. Dashwood. Ont. (30) 

Port Colborne High; Basketball IMII; Volleyball II; Soccer III; 
Lacrosse III. 
Future:— O.C.E. 

SYLVIA JEAN HOLMES. Toronto K K F (31) 

Malvern C.I. ; Volleyball MI; Health's .\-Poppin'; Baseball III. 
Future:— O.C.E. 

MARY MARGARET HORNING. Toronto KKT (32) 

Oakwood C.I.; Health's A-Poppin' I-III; U. of T. Aquatic Club; 
Intramural Swimming; I.S.S. 

MARGARET ELIZABETH HUDSON, Toronto (3i) 

Jarvis C.I.; Social Rep. on P.H.E. Executive I-III; Baseball; 
Basketball; Volleyball; S.C.M. I; Assistant director of Health's 
A-Poppin' III; took part in show I-III. 
Future:— O.C.E. 

DOROTHY HUNT. Toronto A * (34) 

Jarvis C.I.; Riding Club; Baseball Umping; Health's A-Poppin'; 
Art; Crafts; Tennis. 
Future: — Recreational work and riding. 



JOSEPH SPENCER HUNT, Pembroke, Ont. 
Rehab.; Boxing; Gymnastics; Lacrosse. 



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GARRUTH GEORGE McTAVISH IVES. Pembroke. Ont. (36) 

Pembroke C.I.; U.C.-P.H.E. Football I; Ski Team I; Lacrosse II-III; 
Soccer III. 
Future:— O.C.E. 

EILEEN DOROTHEA JACKSON. Newmarket. Ont. AAA (37) 
Newmarket High; Softball I-III; Hockey II; Basketball Coach; 
Volleyball III; Health's A-Poppin'; Dancing II-III. 
Future: — A career (or O.C.E.). 



ALICE EVELYN JAMIESON. Almonte. Ont. 
.\lmonte High; Softball I-III; Hockey MI; 
Inter-Collegiate Hockev II. 
Future:— O.C.E. 



Basketball 



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Mil; 



HAVELOCK FREDERICK JEWSON, Grimsby, Ont. (39) 

Grimsbv High; Literary Executive Holwood; Football U.C; Hockey 
U.C; Lacrosse P.H.E,; Basketball P.H.E. & Holwood; Volleyball U.C. 
Future:— O.C.E. & B.A. at Toronto. 

KENNETH EDWARD KEEGAN, Brampton, Ont. (40) 

Brampton High; Basketball I-III; Lacrosse II-III; Coach III; 
Soccer III. 
Future:— O.C.E. 

JOHN JOSEPH KELLY, Niagara Falls, Ont. (41 ) 

Stamford C.I.; Varsity Intermediate Football II; Varsity Senior 
Football III; Health's A-Poppin' II; Basketball. 
Future:— O.C.E. 



LOIS MARGARET ANNE KELLY. Toronto 

Oakwood C.L; Volleyball; Health's .^-Poppin'; Riding. 
Future:— Y.W.C.'^. 



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JOHN R. KENNEDY, Toronto (43) 

Bloor C.I.; Basketball I-III; Varsity Intermediate Football 11; 
Varsity Blues Football 111. 
Future:— O.C.E.— Teaching. 

MARY MARGARET LEKSON. Aylmer, Ont. (44) 

Aylmer High; P.H.I';. U.A. Rep. 1; Treasurer 11; Secretary III; 
Member Campus Co-op; P.H.E. Softball I-III; Basketball I-III; 
Hockev I-III; Coach Meds Basketball II-III. 
Future;— O.C.E. 



(MRS.) MABEL LOUISE LOVEVS, St. John's. Nfid 
Prince of Wales College. 

Future: — Physical and Health Education Instructress 
foundland. 

LORNA BEVERLEY LOWRY, Toronto 

North Toronto C.I.; P.H.E. Volleyball l-II; Basketball II: 

A-Poppin'; Riding. 

Future: — Community Recreation. 



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Health's 



NORMAX TOHN MacKENZIE. Gladstone, Man. (47) 

Glad.stone High; U.C. Football II-III; U.C. P.H.E. Soccer III; 
U.C. P.H.E. V'ollevball 11-111; Intercollegiate Basketball II-III; 
U.C. P.H.E. Hockey III. 
Future: — Teaching. 

JANE ISOBEL MACKLIN, Toronto AT d (48) 

North Toronto C.I.; 1st Baseball Team (P.H.E.); 1st Hockev Team 
(P.H.E.); U.C. Follies I-III; Health's A-Poppin' I-III; Basketball & 
"Tennis III. 

MARY ISABEL MacPHERSON, Toronto ATA (49) 

Lawrence Park C.I.; P.H.p:. Ski Representative; Basketball Mil; 
Hockey I-III; Health's A-Poppin' I-III; Baseball II. 
Future: — Work in Recreation centre. 

THACKER-MAY SELDON MacPHERSON, Toronto ATA (.SO) 
North Toronto C.I.; Tennis I-III; Baseball III; Volleyball II-III; 
Health's A-Poppin' I-III; P.H.E. Athletic .Association II-III; 
U.C. Follies II; Hockey Referee II. 
Future: — Teaching 

DONALD ALLAN MAYNARD, Unionville, Ont. (51) 

Markham High; Manager-Coach U.C. Soccer; Lacrosse II; Hockey. 
Future:— O.C.E. 

STELLA GRACE McCORD, Barrie. Ont. (52) 

Barrie C.I.; Drum-majorette Blue & White Band III; Volleyball II. 
Future: — Teaching. 



JOHN SHANNAHAN McMANUS. Winnipeg, Man. 
Kelvin High; Varsity Senior Blues Basketball I-III. 
Future : — Teaching. 



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BEVERLEY ANNE MORRISON. Ottawa. Ont. (54) 

Lisgar C.I.; P.H.E. Basketball III; Coaching II-III; Sports official 
II-III; P.H.E. Volleyball II; Coaching II-III; Softball I. 



ROBERT NEFF. St. Catharines. Ont. 
Merritton High; Basketball II. 
Future: — Eventually hope to teach. 



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JOSEPH GEORGE NICK. Winnipeg. Man. (S6) 

Isaac Newton High; Undergraduate .Association I-III; Year Rep. I; 
Vice-President II; President III; Health's A-Poppin', Assistant 
Director II; Director III. 
Future: — Physical Education Supervisor — Manitoba. 

WILLIAM THOM.AS OWSTON, Toronto (57) 

Bloor C.I.; Football I; Basketball I; Swimming I- II; Water polo 
I- II; Wrestling I-III; Lacro.sse II-III. 
Future:— R.C.A.F. 

DONALDA FRANCES PAFF, Toronto ATA (58) 

Havergal College: Health's A-Popiiin' I-III; All-Varsity Review II- 
III; Softball I-III; Cheerleader III. 
Future: — Postgrad work in U.S.A. 

EVA McVEAN PEACE, Toronto (59) 

St. Joseph College; Interfaculty Swimming I-III; Volleyball Coach 
II-III; Basketball Referee III; Baseball Umpire III; Health's 
.\-Poppin' I-IIl; All-Varsity Revue 11; The Varsity Sports Reporter. 
Future: — Teaching Physical Education. 

NORMA CATHERINE PINNOCK. Toronto (60) 

Lawrence Park C.I.; Aquatic Club I-II; Softball Club President III; 
P.H.E. Swim Team 1 1. 

JOYCE ELIZABETH POLLOCK, Uxbridge, Ont. (61) 

Uibridge High; Health's A-Poppin'; 
Future: — O.C.E. & a High School position. 

RICHARD WILLIAM PRIESTMAN, Toronto (62) 

Malvern C.I.; Intercollegiate Boxing Teams l-III; U.C. Soccer III; 
Camping. 
Future:— O.C.E. 

ALLISTER RODERICK ROBERTSON, Halifax. N.S. (63) 

Queen Elizabeth High; U.C. Hockey I-III; P.H.E. Lacrosse II-III; 
P.H.E. Basketball I; Manager Jr. Varsity Basketball III. 
Future: — Recreational Programme — Post-graduate studies. 









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ELEANOR MARGARET RODGERS. Toronto (64) 

North Toronto C.I.; Basketball 1; Volleyball II; Baseball II; 
Health's A-Poppin'. 
Future: — Teach in High School. 

ROBERT ALAN ROSEBRUGH. Toronto (65) 

Vaughan Road C.I.; Intermediate Football II; Health's A-Poppin' 
II; Intramural Basketball I-III. 
Future: — Columbia University (Postgrad Work). O.C.E. Teaching. 

EDITH FAY SCHACTER. Toronto (66) 

North Bay C.I.; P.H.E. Basketball President III; P.H.E. Basketball 
I-III; P.H.E. Baseball III; Health's A-Poppin' II-III; Volleyball I; 
Basketball Coach. 
Future: — Columbia — ? 

ROBERT H. SHEPHERD, Toronto (67) 

Humberside C.I.; Intercollegiate Swimming II-III; U.C. Lacrosse I- 
III; Basketball I-III; Golf I-III; U.C. Soccer III; Hockev I-II; 
Water polo II-III; Coach of Girls Hockey & Softball. 
Future: — Post Graduate Work. 

JOAN ELAINE SOMERVILLE. Acton. Ont. (68) 

Acton High; P.H.E. .Athletic Director III; Women's Athletic 
Directorate U. of T. Ill; Softball I-III; Hockey I-III; Archery; 
Volleyball Coach; All-Varsity Hockey II. 
Future: — Field of Recreation or Teaching P.H.E. 

NORAH ANN SPENCE. Toronto, F* B (69) 

Branksome Hall; President of Gamma Phi Beta; P.H.E. Swimming 
Team I-II; P.H.E. Basketball Team III; Healths A-Poppin' II-III. 
Future: — Post graduate studies. 

ROBERT LOUIS STROM. Toronto (70) 

Rehab.; Basketball I-III; Lacrosse II-III; Soccer III; Volleyball III; 
Publicity Director P.H.E.U.A. Ill; Torontonensis Rep. Ill; Basket- 
ball Referee. 
Future: — O.C.E. Teaching. 

STEPHEN JACK STUCKEY, Grand Valley. Ont. (71) 

Grand Valley Continuation School; U.C. P.H.E. Hockey; Lacrosse; 
Hart House Camera Club. 
Future: — Social Work or Teaching. 

JANET MURIEL TAYLOR, Parry Sound. Ont. ^^ (72) 

Parry Sound High; Aquatic Club. 
Future: — Teaching. 

WALTER TOMPSON, Toronto ' (73) 

York Memorial C.I.; Referee, Football, Basketball. 
Future: — Teaching. 

MARY RUTH TUCKWELL. Port Arthur, Ont. A * (74) 

Port Arthur C.I.; Hockey U.C. 46; P.H.E. I-III; Swimming 11. 
Future: — Marriage 

LEN GORDON TURNER, Regina. Sask. (75) 

Central High; Intercollegiate Tennis I-III; Intercollegiate Doubles 
Champion II-III; Tennis Club President III; Intermediate Hockey 
Club III. 
Future: — Teaching. 

LORNA JOY VAN CAMP, Toronto AAA (76) 

Etobicoke High; Health's .^-Poppin' I-lII; Make-up Director and 
Production; Baseball I-llI; .\11-Varsity Revue. Make up II; U.C. 
Follies. Singing Chorus III; Basketball Referee. 
Future: — School of Social Work or O.C.E. 

WESLEY A. VAN WINKLE, Toronto (77) 

York Memorial C.I.; Basketball (Intramural League Winners '46); 
Soccer Sr. U.C. 

RICHARD PEARCE VIVIAN. Brantford, Ont. (78) 

Brantford C.I. 

Future: — Post Grad work at Springfield, Mass. Y.M.C..\. Physical 
Director. 



THOMAS WASHER, Toronto 
Riverdale C.I. 
Future: — Educational Teaching. 



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NORMAN WILLIAM WEST. Toronto (80) 

Western Tech.; Intermediate Football I; Senior Football II-III; 
Social Director P.H.E. U..A. Ill; .Assistant .Athletic Director U.C. 11; 
Health's .A-Poppin'; Intramural Basketball I-III. 
Future: — O.C.E. (Teaching). 



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School of 
Social Work 



H. M. CASSIDY 

B.A., B.C., Ph.D. 



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' ONGRATULATIONS and Godspeed to those of you who have completed your work in 
the School and will soon go out to take up employment. 

This has been a happy year at the School, rich in companionship and hard work, and 
one in which faculty and students have tried to think through together some of the basic 
principles of our profession. It has been all too short a year for me and yet one which has 
brought to all of us significant ne\v experience, including, in my case, a stimulating profes- 
sional assignment in Egypt. 

Because of this, my message to you is coloured and is summed up in two thoughts. First, 
that our profession, young as it is, has in its hands some of the most effective forces for peace 
that exist. For we are concerned with the understanding of human relations, not only be- 
tween individuals and groups, but between nations; and our goal is a world wide democratic 
society in which human values come first. 

The second thought is of the great challenge to service \vhich awaits you. The public and 
private social welfare programmes of our own nation are ever expanding and the needs of 
other countries throughout the world are acute. With the continued shortage of trained social 
workers, many of you will be asked to assume responsibilities which are heavy and difficult. 
Discouragement as well as great challenge and satisfaction await you. Most of you will remain 
in Canada, some in cities with relatively greater resources; others in rural districts where, 
although close to your community, distances are great and resources scanty. Some few of you 
will return to areas undergoing reconstruction in Europe or to the mass programmes of social 
rehabilitation being undertaken in the East. The organizations you will go to will be at differ- 
ent stages of development but you will have your opportunity in each to learn much yourself 
and to contribute something of value. 

We have tried to prepare you in the School to meet this great challenge. We believe the 
kno^vledge you have gained of social policy and the skill in human relations u'ill stand you in 
good stead. But these in themselves are not enough. You will need, in addition, a sound 
sense of values and firm convictions — an underlying social philosophy as your constant guide 
and in times of testing. We hope this too has been strengthened for you through your ex- 
perience in the School. 

We of the faculty ^vish you well as you go forth. We have appreciated your vigorous, 
responsible aiid co-operative attitude throughout the year. We want you to keep in touch with 
the School and to let us kno\v where your training has helped you and where it has fallen 
short. In this ^vay \ve can still go forward together, keeping our teaching geared to the needs 
of the community and helping to build together that democratic world in which we all 
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ELIZABETH ADAM. Dalhousie, N.B. (1) 

Dalhousie High; Political Science; Social Work Student Associations. 
ROSALINE SHEILA ADELBERG, Toronto (2) 

Lisgar C.I.. Ottawa; Radio Club. 

Future; — Work in the "field". 
GEORGE HOBSON ALLEN. Toronto (3) 

Rehab.; Y.M.C.A.; A.F. & .\.M.; Todmorden Lodge and Orient 

Chapter. Future: — Secretary — Y.M.C.A. 

MARIAN ELIZABETH BALLANTINE. Mt. Brydges. Ont. (4) 

Strathroy C.I., Uniyersity of Western Ontario; Member of Social 

Committee, School of Social Work. 
KVA BASSETT, Gait, Ont. (5) 

Strathroy C.I. 
(Mrs.) GOLDIE CYRELLE BERG. Toronto I A H (6) 

Bloor C.L; Graduate V. of T. 49— B. A. 
WILFRED ARTHUR BOYCE. London, Ont. (7) 

Social Work Student's Association Music Committee; Fencing. 

Future: — M.S.W. Studies. 
MARY ELLEN CARNAHAN, Chatham, Ont. (8) 

Chatham C.L; Actiyities Committee; Personnel Committee. 

Future: — Social Work. 
MARY ELIZABETH COLLINS, Edmonton, Alta. (9) 

(Mrs ) ELIZABETH LOUISE CRANE, Toronto (10) 

Jarvis C.L; Treasurer — Social Work Students' Association. 

Future: — Social Work. 
RENNIE JANE DAVID. Stouffyille. Ont. (11) 

Markham High; Interested in music; in promoting Canadian culture. 

Future: — To sail around the world in a tramp steamer. 
YIVIAN LENORE DELANEY. Weston, Ont. (12) 

Weston High. 
DAVID GEDDES DEWAR, Fort William, Ont. (13) 

Fort William C.L; Member. Publicity Committee. School of Social 

Work. Future: — Master's Degree in Social Work. 

LEONARD DOLGOY, Toronto (14) 

Central Tech.; Representatiye from the School of Social Work to the 

N.F.C.U.S. Committee. 

Future: — Master's Degree in Social Work. 
MARGARET ELINOR DOTY. Toronto (15) 

Jaryis C.L; Sailing Enthusiast. 

Future: — M.S.W. — Toronto. 
GEORGE HENRY DOVE, Ottawa. Ont. (16) 

Ottawa Tech.; C.O.T.C. Tennis; Bridge. 

Future: — M.S.W. Toronto 
.lAMES ROBERT EAKINS. Newmarket, Ont. (17) 

Pickering College. 

Future: — Penitentiary Seryices & Penal Reform. 
SHEILA ELIZABETH FLEMING, Toronto K K P (18) 

Havergal C.L; Secretary.; Social Work Student's Association. 
DAVE HENRY FRIESEN, Nipawin. Sask. (19) 

Steinbach C.L; Chairman for Publicity Committee in Social Work 

Student's Association. Future: — Go West. 

CHERRY ANN GAUTHIER, Timmins. Ont. (20) 

Graduate of L'niyersity College; Chairman of Constitution 

Committee of Social Work Students' Association. 
EDWARD JAMES GAWLEY, Toronto (21) 

Jarvis C.I. Future: — M.S.W. 
VERNON HARRISS GOAD, Toronto (22) 

Ridley College. Future:— M.S.W. 
PATRICIA GODFREY. Toronto H B * (23) 

Central Tech.; B.A. in English & History M.A. in English LIniyersity 

College, U. of T.; Stage Work, England.; M.B.E. (British Gov't) 

for War Services. 

Future: — M.S.W.. School of Socia' Work. 
GLORIA GOLDSTEIN, Toronto A 2 * (24) 

Lawrence Park C.L Future; — Social Work. 
V. L. GRAY (2S) 

Y. F. GWON (26) 

WALTER JOHN HALINSKI. Grimsby, Ont. (27) 

Grimsby High; Legion; Hockey; Basketball. 

Future: — Master Social Work. 
ELEANOR DOROTHY HARPER, Hamilton. Ont. (28) 

Dundas High; Member — Public Relations Committee. 

Future: — Take Master of Social Work next year. 
D. L. HARRIS (29) 

G. M. HAY (30) 

PATRICIA PHYLLIS HICKS. Kitchener. Ont. (31) 

North Toronto C.L 
WILSON A. HUNSBERGER, Waterloo. Ont. (32) 

Kitchener-Waterloo High. 
WILLIAM WILBERT INGOT. Winnipeg. Man. (33) 

Music (Violin). 

Future: — Post graduate course in school of Social Work. 
G. JUDSON (34) 

MARGARET FRANCES KENNEDY. Calgary, Alta. AAA (35) 

Western Canada High; .Activities Committee of School of Social 

Work. Future: — Social Work. 
RUTH ELSDON KIRK, Ottawa, Ont. (36) 

Queen's University. 
BERTHA LAZERSON. Toronto (37) 

Humberside C.L; Social Work Club III. 

Future: — Psychiatric Social Work. 
HELEN MARGARET LINDSAY. Vancouver. B.C. ATA (38) 

Magee High; B.A. from U.B.C. in 1949; don at St. Hilda's College in 

1949-50. Future: — Social Work in Vancouver. 

M. S. MacDONALD (39) 

EDWARD MAGDER, Toronto (40) 

Central Tech. 

Future: — Postgraduate Work at Toronto School of Social Work. 
WILLIAM MAIN, Toronto (41) 

Oakwood C.L 
SHIRLEY ADELAIDE McNEILL, Stony Mountain Man. (42) 

N. S. METCALF (43) 

DONNA HOPE MOORE. Lion's Head. Ont. (44) 

PATRICIA MURTON. Burlington, Ont. r<l>B(4S) 

Westdale C.I. 



JACK STEWART MYLES. Montreal, Que. (46) 

Verdun High; Secretary, Students' Library and Curriculum 

Committee: Skiing; Tennis. 

Future: — Work. 
SIDNEY DAVID OLYAN. Toronto (47) 

Harbord C.L; ."X voiding Committees. 

Future: — M.S.W. — If all goes well. Just now tho. it's hard to tell. 
WILLIAM ROBERT OUTERBRIDGE, St. Catharines, Ont. (48) 

St. Catharines C.L; S.A.C. Rep. 1949-50; Vice-President Social Work 

Students' .Association. 
S. J. PARSONS (49) 

(Mrs.) EMILY PIVNICK. Toronto (SO) 

Harbord C.L; Graduate of U. of T. Pass Arts 4T9. 
ROBERT EMERSON QUINSEY. Ridgeway, Ont. (51 ) 

Ridgeway High; Graduate of McMaster University — active there in 

debating. Sociology Club; Soccer and Residence life. 

Future: — Social Work. 
FLORENCE RUTH RATZ, Kitchener, Ont. (52) 

Victoria College. L'. of T. 
DOUGL.AS CRAIG SOMERS REID. Mattawa. Ont. (53) 

Mattawa High. Future: — M.S.W.; Penal Work. 

DAVID REMPEL. Saskatchewan (54) 

Social Work Student Association; Member of Liaison Committee. 
PAUL JOHN RINGER. Winnipeg. Man. (55) 

Kelvin High; Raising Kids. 

Future: — More Kids. 
CARMON TILSON ROUSELL. Heward. Sask. (56) 

Scott C.L; Social Work Students' .Association; C.C.F. Club; Tennis. 

Future: — Return to Department Social Welfare, Sask. 
ARTHUR MITCHELL SCOTT. Edmonton. Alta. (57) 

Strathcona High; Table Tennis (Hart House); Knox College. Volley- 
ball & Soccer; Social Work Students' Association. 

Future; — Take M.S.W. next term (19,50-51) Toronto. 
MORAGH LESSLIE SHEPHERD. Toronto (58) 

Bishop Strachan School; Varsity .Aquacade. 
KRISTINA ELIZABETH SIDLAUSKAITE. Kelme. Lithuania (59) 

Future: — Socia! Worker. Family service! 
MABEL MERLE SILLS. Landis. Sask. (60) 

Hanod High; Social Work. Students' Association. 
B. SILVER (61) 

BLANCHE H.AZEL SILVERHART, Toronto I A H (62) 

Harbord C.L; Graduate of U. of T. University College Pass Arts '49. 

Future:— M.S.W. 
MARJORY MAUDE SMALLMAN, Toronto (63) 

Havergal College. Victoria U. of T.; Member of School of Social Work 

Publicity Committee. 
EDWIN KEITH SMITH. Midland, Ont. (64) 

Midland High. 

Future: — Social group Work — Probably with Y.M.C.A. 
MURIEL ANNE SMITH. Toronto (65) 

Loretto .Abbey. Future: — To head for parts unknown. 

WILLIAM GEORGE SMITH. Burk's F'alls. Ont. (66) 

Burk's Falls Continuation; School of Social Work Students' .Associa- 
tion .Activities Committee; RadiovStudy Group; Basketball. 

Future: — Master of Social Work Degree. 
WILLIAM ISRAEL STERN, Toronto (67) 

Central Tech.; Social Work Students' Association; Chairman, 

Library & Curriculum Committee. 

Future: — 2nd yr. Group Work. 
FRED LEWIS STEVENS, Toronto (68) 

Harbord C.L; Library & Curriculum Committee. 

Future:— M.S.W. 
MABEL HELEN STEVENS. Wapella, Sask, (69) 

Kelso High. Future: — Socia! Work. 
WALLACE WRIGHT STRUTHER, Toronto (70) 

U.C. 4T9. 
MARION RUTH THOMAS. Hamilton, Ont. (71) 

Delta C.L Future: — Social caseworker. 
DAVID M. THOMSON, Etobicoke. Ont. (72) 

Riverdale C.L 

Future: — Post Graduate Work. 
MARIKO TOKUNAGA. Brantford. Ont. (73) 

Vancouver. B.C.; I.S.S. Rep. (School of Social Work); Public 

Relations Committee; Student Christian Movement. 

Future:— M.S.W. 
WILLLAM JOHN WACKO, Star. Alta. (74) 

Lamont High; Social Work Students' .Association; Ukrainian Stu- 
dents' Club; Badminton Club; Tennis. 

Future: — Post grad work at University of Toronto, then to work in 

Alberta. 
JAMES BERTRAM WAITE. Schumacher. Ont. (75) 

Schumacher High. Future: — M.S.W. 

BARBARA WALLACE. Cobourg, Ont. (76) 

LESLIE ALAN WEST. Moncton. N.B. (77) 

Kodiakanal (India).; Social Work Students' Association, Music 

Committee. 

Future: — Social Casework in Psychiatric Field or Mental Hygiene. 
KATHLEEN ADAIR WHEELER. Lethbridge. Alta. AAA (78) 

Lethbridge C.L; Membership in S.A.C. 
H. L. WILSON (79) 

KIRK ALBERT WALTER WIPPER, Grahamdale, Man. (80) 

Grahamdale High; P. & H.E. Grad.; Social Work. Physical Activities 

Committee; Senior Intercollegiate Wrestling; Fellowship Broadview 

Y. Future:— Y.M.C.A. 
J.L.WOLFE (81) 

(Mrs.) RUTH WOLOCHOW, Ottawa, Ont. I A IX (82) 

Lisgar C.L; Psychology Club II-IV; All Varsity Revue. 1949. 

Future:— M.S.W. 
DORIS ELSIE WOOLCOTT. Toronto (83) 

Guelph C.L; Member of Publicity Committee; Interested in Bad- 
minton; Basketball and Swimming. 

Future: — Marriage and a Career in Social Work. 
BEATRICE A. WRIGHT. Toronto (84) 

Trinity College; No Clubs; No Teams; Skiing; Badminton. 

Future: — Casework for Kiddies! 



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University 
Extension 



W. J. DUNLOP 

B.A., B.Paed.. LL.D., F.G.I. 



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• F all goes well, there should be this year 
almost 50 graduates in the Pass Course for 
Teachers; these graduates are, for the most part 
teachers who are now completing a course 
exactly parallel to the Pass Course in Arts, 
except that their course offers fewer options. 
These graduates have attended lectures in the 
evenings or in the Summer Session and it has 
taken them longer to finish the course than it 
takes undergraduates who attend in the day- 
time; but the prescription of work in each subject is the satne in their course as it is in the 
Pass Course in Arts; they listen to the same Professors; and they write the same examinations. 
The great majority of them take a high standing throughout the Course. 

Graduates in Occupational Therapy and in Physical Therapy have attended lectures and 
laboratory classes for three academic years. For those who are graduating as Therapists there 
is no worry about obtaining positions; two or three positions are waiting for each one of them. 
When these Courses were established in 1926 and in 1929, respectively, it was the hope that 
they would soon be transferred to the Faculty of Medicine. Next year this hope will be 
realized and those who are now in the First and the Second Years will, commencing next 
September, be students in the Faculty of Medicine of this University. These two Courses 
have provided excellent careers for young women and will continue to do so. 

Then there is the Course in Institutional Management, a two-year Course leading to a 
Certificate. Those who graduate in this Course are trained to manage, or to assist in manag- 
ing, summer hotels, tourist resorts, tourist camps, restaurants, all-year hotels, clubs, and 
similar institutions. Of course, they have studied academic subjects as \vell, such as English 
and History. These graduates will take their places in Canada's second largest industry. 

In the Department of University Extension there is still another Course, known as the 
Certificate Course in Business, the instruction in which is given entirely in the evenings and 
continues for three sessions. And there is a Course in Radiography, in which X-Ray tech- 
nicians are trained but there are, as yet, no graduates in this new course. 

The above listing of extension courses has not included the many courses which do not 
lead to any certificate, diploma, or degree within the University. Many thousands of adult 
men and women study during the winter in evening classes in adacemic and business sub- 
jects and some thousands take correspondence courses which are conducted for business 
organisations, while a few hundred take short courses in Public Safety and in Social Work. 
All these seek knowledge for its own sake and for the improved status which such knowledge 
gives them. 

But the purpose of this message of mine is to extend my best wishes for abundant success 
to those who, in May or June of 1950, are awarded the degrees or the diplomas or the certifi- 
cates for which they have worked well and faithfully. May I remind them that the Univer- 
sity of Toronto has given them an opportunity to prepare for public service in the right sense, 
to be citizens of the right type; and may I ask them to remember their Alma Mater as they go 
out into the world and to use their influence to mould public opinion in favour of this great 
University which is striving to render the very best of service to its constituency and which 
has become, in fact if not in name, the National University of Canada. Hi!" 



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PASS COURSE FOR TEACHERS 




R. AILEEN BELFRY, Toronto (1) 

North Toronto C.I.; Teacher on Toronto Public School Staff; 
Secretary-Treasurer of the Primary Section of the Ontario Educa- 
tional Association; Interested in Choir work and oil painting. 



BERTRED RAYMOND CARTER. Toronto 



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HERBERT LEO HICKEY. Toronto (3) 

Bloor C.L. Central Commerce; Army; Publications Supervisor, 
Ontario Hydro Commission; Married, with one child; Free-lance 
writing as a hobby; General interest in music, The Arts, World 
Affairs. 
Future: — Postgrad work. 

ANNIE DOROTHY KINRADE, Toronto (4) 

York Memorial C.I.; Grade Six Teacher at Humbercrest Public 
School; Hobbies — Art and Music. 
Future: — Plan to do Post graduate work. 



ROBERT LEE LAMB, Toronto 

CATHERINE LUND 

GORDON FORBES MANN, Owen Sound, Ont. 
Malvern C.L; R.C.A.F. 
Future: — B. Paed. 



BEULAH AMELIA McCOIG, Windsor, Ont. 
Windsor C.L; Federal Civil Servant. 



WILLIAM GEORGE ROSS, Calgary, Alta. 
Crescent Heights C.L 



DOROTHY ANN SHELSON, Toronto 
Humberside C.L 
Future: — Teaching. 



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GRADUATES WHOSE PICTURES WERE NOT AVAILABLE 



GEORGE A. BICK. Toronto 

LESTER BOWEN BISSHLL. Toronto 

M.'\RY WINXIFRKD BOWLEY. Toronto 

EDWARD TREVOR BRIGNALL. Toronto 

CHARLES CLIFFORD BROWN, Lansing. Ont. 

WILLIAM JOHN BURGESS. Toroijto 

DOROTHY CHAMBERS, Toronto 

CLIFFORD FRANK CHELLEW. Toronto 

JOHN RUSSELL COLLINS, Toronto 

GEORGE LAING CONDIE. Toronto 

GERVAIS J. FERXAXDEZ, Toronto 

DOUGLAS HAIG FERRIS, Highland Creek, Ont. 

M. BERNICE GARRY (SISTER TERESA EILEEN), Lindsay, Ont 

WILLIAM HERBERT GARTOX, Toronto 

ALBERT EDWARD GERHART, Port Credit, Ont. 

ALICE GERMAIN (S1.STER St. GERMAINE), Niagara Falls, Ont. 

ELGIN ELMER HAIST. Toronto 

ROBERT DOUGLAS HOLLOWAY. Toronto 

ANNA B. HORNSTEIN (SISTER VALERIE), Hamilton, Ont. 

CECILIA KEOGH (SISTER MARIUS), Toronto 



DOREEN McCartney. Toronto 

ROBERT McCOY, Sault Ste. Marie, Ont. 

HENRY DUGALD McDONALD, Richmond Hill, Ont. 

WILFRED DOUGL.^S McDONALD, Owen Sound, Ont. 

DAVID lOHN McLEAN. Toronto 

MALCOLM HOWARD BROWN MUNRO, Toronto 

EDWIN GERALD PALFERV. Mimico, Ont. 

REGINALD E. PARK, Toronto 

ANNA RUNGE (SISTER MARY RUDOLPH), Toronto 

EDWIN TRANSOM RYCKMAN, Toronto 

Al.KXAXDKR WILLIAM SMITH, Dungannon, Ont. 

TIIKODORK WILLIAM STAINTON. Toronto 

HOWARD CARL THOMPSON. Toronto 

H.-VZEL TODD. Kemptville. Ont. 

HAROLD WILLIAM TONKIN. Toronto 

ALFRED LUKENS WATSON, Toronto 

ARNE WIBERG. Toronto 

MARJORIE M. WILKINSON, Toronto 

JAMES LLOYD H. WILSON, Toronto 

GEORGE EDWARD MICHAEL WIMPENNY, Toronto 



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Occupational 
Therapy 



MISS H. P. LEVESCONTE 



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T was indeed opportune that, on the twenty-first anniversary of the graduation of the first 
class in the Course in Occupational Therapy, the announcement was made that in 1950 the 
Courses in Occupational Therapy and Physical Therapy would be taken over by the Faculty 
of Medicine. This was the realization of what had long been the hope of the profession. 

To the Department of University Extension we shall always have a deep gratitude, not 
only for the actual establishment of the Course in Occupational Therapy within the Univer- 
sity, but for the opportunity it has given us to develop our professional training. 

Our Course has set and maintained a high standard of professional training throughout 
the years. It was among the first small group of training courses to be accredited on this 
continent by the American Medical Association. Our graduates have been sought, and have 
served both here and abroad in hospitals and in the development of training centres of 
Occupational Therapy. In this day of increased emphasis on the wider concept of the rehab- 
ilitation of the sick or injured, it is of interest to you to know that it was from your prede- 
cessors that therapists were chosen to play an active part in such pioneer rehabilitation 
centres as the Glen Eagles Miners' Rehabilitation Centre in Scotland, now located at Bridge 
of Earn, to mention one only of such projects. 

To you our graduates of 1950, we, your instructors extend our warmest wishes for your 
success. We have recognised in you, throughout your training, a sincerity of interest, an 
eagerness to learn, and a wholesome group spirit which have made you a joy to work with. 
These are the qualities which ^vill insure your own success, and the success of the profession 
w^hich you are about to enter. 

Expanding and changing fields lie ahead of you. Your professional opportunities are 
wider and more challenging than ever before. It is with genuine regret that we say good-bye 
to you as students. It is with equally genuine pleasure that we welcome you as occupational 
therapists who will make your contribution to the profession of the future..^ 



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AUDREY HAROLDINK ADDEMS. Vancouver, B.C. AAA (1) 
Occupational Therapy, King Edward High; Secretary of A A A III. 
Future; — Specializing in O.T. for children. 

SUSANA ARRATIA. New York City, N.Y. A <J> (2) 

Occupational Therapy. St. Clements C.I.; Hockey; Hemstitching; 
Flying. 
Future: — Occupational Therapy as applied to marriage. 



NORAH MARJORIE BARRETT, Port Dover, Ont. 
Occupational Therapy. Havergal College. 



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CLAIRE BINDER. Brockville. Ont. I A n (4) 

Occupational Therapy. Brockville C.I.; Treasurer II; President III 
of lAH; Skiing; Skiiting; Hillel. 
Future; — O.T. for children. 



EULAH JOYCE BLAYNEY, Simcoe, Ont. (5) 

Occupational Therapy. Simcoe High; V.C.F. II-III; Varsity Choir 
III. 
Future: — Practice O.T. 



DOROTHY ELLEN BOYES, Dundas, Ont. (6) 

Occupational Therapy. Westdale C.I.; All Varsity Mixed Chorus II; 
Swimming; Skiing; O.T. Literary Club. 
Future; — To Practice Occupational Therapy. 



BETH LESLIE BROWN, Unionville, Ont. 

Occupational Therapy, Markham High; V.C.F. ; 
Swimming; Skating; Skiing; Riding. 
Future: — Practice O.T. 

BEATRICE ELAINE BROWNLEE, Grimsby, Ont. 
Occupational Therapy, Grimsby High. 



GLORY LOUISE BURDON, Saint John. N.B. 
Occupational Therapy, Saint John High. 
Future: — Practice O.T. 



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DOROTHY-JEAN CAMPBELL. Toronto (10) 

Occupational Therapy, Earl Haig C.I.; Interested in Skiing and 
Queen's Medsmen (one. That is). 
Fu t u re : — Private I 

MARGARET JANE CLARE, Preston, Ont. (11) 

Occupational Therapy. Preston High; Social Committees of Under- 
grad I; Literary Club I; All-Varsity Mixed Chorus; Tennis; Riding; 
Skating. 

RUTH ERASER COMFORT. Toronto (12) 

Occupational Therapy. St. Clement's High; O.T. Lit. and Undergrad 
Associations; I.S.S.; Vice-President S.-^^.C; I.R.C.; Hockey; Theatre. 
Future: — Social Service. 

JEAN DOROTHY CUMMING. Midland. Ont. (13) 

Occupational Therapy. Midland High; .'Vthletic Rep. Ill; Basketball 
II-III; Hockey II-III. 
Future: — No plans, no disappointments. 

RUTH AINSLEY FADES. Carleton Place, Ont. (14) 

Occupational Therapy. Carleton Place High; Basketball II-III; 
Hockey II-III. 

GRACE ELEANOR FIELD, Toronto (15) 

Occupational Therapy, Etobicoke C.I.; All Varsity Mixed Chorus. 

MARJORIE MAY FRENCH, 'Wingham. Ont. (16) 

Occupational Therapy, Alma College and Wingham High; AH 
Varsity Chorus III; O.T. Literary Club MIL 
Future: — Practice O.T. 



AUDREY JACQUELINE GORDON, Vancouver, B.C. 
Occupational Therapy. Crofton House School. 
Future: — Practice O.T. 



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WINIFRED GRAYSTON. Newdale. Man. (18) 

Occupational Therapy, Rupert's Land Girl's College; Canterbury 
Club; Varsity Choir; C3.T. Literarv Society. 
Future: — O.T. Career in the U.S..\. 



JOYCE MURIEL GROH. St. Catharines, Ont. 
Occupational Therapy, St. Catharines C.I. 
Future; — Practice O.T. 



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MARGARET ANNE GROTHIER, Woodstock, Ont. (20) 

Occupational Therapy. Albert College; Literary Club; Canterbury 
Club; All Varsity Mixed Chorus. 
Future:— O.T. Work. 



JOYCE MARGARET HART. Oshawa, Ont. 
Occupational Therapy. Oshawa C.I. 
Future: — To retire early. 



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CONSTANCE MARY HEPBURN, Toronto T* R (22) 

Occupational Therapy, Havergal College; Vice-President T * B. 

PHYLLIS RAE HEWSON, Toronto A O H (23) 

Occupational Therapy, Lawrence Park C.L; International Relations 
Club III; Harvey Perrin Choir 1. 
Future: — Marriage and O.T. 

JANET JOYCE HOPE, Milliken, Ont. (24) 

Occupational Therapy, Markham High; .\11 Varsity Chorus II; 
O.T. Lit. Club III; V.C.F. I-III. 
Future: — Practice O.T. 

MARY MARGARET HOWARD. Thornhill. Ont. (25) 

Occupational Therapy. Earl Haig C.I.; President III; Undergrad 
.■\ssn. Executive III; Toronlonensis Representative III; All Varsity 
Mixed Chorus II-III; Skiing; Skating; Tennis; Swimming. 
Future: — Practice O.T. 

DIANA MAY HUNTER, Ste. Anne De Bellevue, Que. A O H (26) 
Occupational Therapy, Stanstead College; Social Chairman II; 
Publicity Chairman III; Dancer with University Pipe Band II-lII; 
Social Rep. I; Affiliated with Engineering. 
Future: — Toronto will sec more of Her. 

MARY ANN BLAIR HUNTER, Toronto (27) 

Occupational Therapy. Havergal College; Tennis; Riding; Skiing; 
The Ballet; Bridge. 

MARY EVELYN JELLY, Jellyby, Ont. (28) 

Occupational Therapy, Brockville C.L; .^rcherv III; Pipe Band 
(Dancing) 111; I.S.S. I. 
Future: — O.T. — .Anywhere!! 

CHARLOTTE AURELIA JOHNSON. Saskatoon. Sask, (29) 

Occupational Therapy, Nutana C.L; Swimming; Golf; Tennis. 
Future: — To have a position as an occupational therapist in Victoria, 
B.C. 

PAULINE JEAN KENNEDY, Burk's Falls, Ont. (30) 

Occupational Therapy, Kingston C.L; Leonard Foundation Associa- 
tion; All-Varsity Mixed Chorus II; U. of T. Pipe Band, dancing 
instructress II-III; Publicity Manager III. 
Future: — O.T. in Bonnie Scotland. 

PATRICIA RUTH KERN, Moose Jaw, Sask. (31) 

Occupational Therapy, Moose Jaw Central C.L; Literary Club; 
I.S.S. I; Bowling; Riding; Photography. 
Future: — .A job — Calgary preferred! 

DONALDA ANN KINGSTON. Toronto (32) 

Occupational Therapy, Malvern C.L; Basketball I; Hockey II-III; 
All-Varsity Chorus II-III; Skiing; Pipe Band Dancing; and French! 
Future: — Practise O.T. and Travel. 

MARJORIE DOROTHY LUCKETT, Toronto (33) 

Occupational Therapy. Scarboro C.I.; Swimming I; Hockey II-III; 
All-Varsity Chorus II-III; Skiing; Pipe Band Dancing. 
Future: — Practise O.T. and travel too. 

MARY ALIXE MacFARLANE, Toronto K K F (34) 

Occupational Therapy, Loretto Abbey; Spanish Club; President of 
Kappa Kappa Gamma III; Golf and Swimming. 

MARY MAXWELL MEDL.AND. Toronto ATA (35) 

Occupational Therapy, North Toronto C.L; Skiing; Riding; Tennis. 
Future: — Children's work. 

RUTH BURKE MILLER, Toronto (36) 

Occupational Therapy, East York C.L; .-Ml-Varsity Mixed Choir 
I, II; The Varsity II; U. of T. Symphony Orchestra III; Under- 
graduate Association Secretary HI. 
Future: — Occupational Therapy. 

ROSA COLETTE MULHOLLAND. Toronto (37) 

Occupational Therapy. Loretto Abbey; Student Union Committee 
II; Red Feather Rep. Ill; Volleyball II-III; Skiing. 
Future: — Since Joining i)X. Colle's artistic endeavours have 
improved noticeably. 

MARGUERITE OLGA MULLER, Toronto (38) 

Occupational Therapy, Malvern C.L; Basketball 111; Hockey II; 
V.C.F. I-III; Swimming. 
Future: — Practice O.T. 

MARY ELIZABETH NOAD, Toronto A O H (39) 

Occupational Therapy, St. Clements High; Dancer with University 
Pipe Band II. Ill; Smallest Gil on the Campus. 
Future: — Montreal or bust: 

WILMA POPHAM, Saskatoon. Sask. (40) 

Occupational Therapy. Nutana High; President I; L'ndergrad 
Assn. Executive I-lII; Literary Club Chairman III. 
Future: — Return to the West. 



MARGARET LOIS RUSH, Toronto 

Occupational Therapy, Scarboro C.L; Skiing; Tennis; Skating. 
Future: — Practice O.T. 



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BLANCHE MARIE SIM. Brantford. Ont. 
Occupational Therapy. Brantford C.L; O.T. 
V.C.F.; All Varsity Chorus. 
Future:— O.T. in D.V.A. 



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FERN MARIE SMITH, Hamilton. Ont. (43) 

Occupational Therapy. Westdale C.I.; Social Convener III; Hockey 
11; Swimming I. 
Future: — Practise O.T. 



MIDGE MARTHA JOSEPHINE SPICER. Toronto A TA (44) 
Occupational Therapy, Etobicoke High; Lutheran Student .'Associa- 
tion I-III; Secretary-Treasurer II; U.C. Follies III; O.T. Basketball 
II-III; Tennis and Skiing. 
Future: — Practice O.T. in the States. 



JOAN McLEAN SPRO.\T. Milton. Ont. ATA (45) 

Occupational Therapy. Milton High; Tennis. Golf; Bridge; Skiing. 
Future: — May all her dreams come true! — Scotland, Italy etc. etc. 

MARV REA STACKHOUSE, Ridgeway, Ont. AAA (46) 

Occupational Therapy, Ridgeway High; Basketball; Swimming; 
Tennis; Golf. 
F"uture: — Title hunting on the Continent. 



BARBARA YVONNE STALEY, Toronto (47 

Occupational Therapy, St. Josephs College; Newman Club; Bail 
minton; Tennis. 



JEAN P.^ULINE SUTHERLAND, Berwyn. .-Mta. (48) 

Occupational Therapy, Berwyn Rural High; Literary Society I-III; 
Secretary I; Class President III; Student Christian Movement I-III; 
Recording Secretary III; All-Varsity Choir III. 
Future: — Westward Ho! 



MARGARET MOFFAT TANNAHILL, Moo.se Jaw. Sask. (49) 

Occupational Therapy. Central C.I.; Intercultural Affairs Committee 
II; All-Varsity Mixed Chorus III; Looking after Wylie I-III. 
Future: — Psychiatric field. 



DOROTHY MARGARET THOMPSON. Oshawa. Ont. (SO) 

Occupational Therapy, Oshawa C.I.; Lit. Club I-III; Publicity 
Director II; The \'arsity II; O.T. Undergrad I-III; Leonard Founda- 
tion Association I-III; Vice-President II; Ptpe Band — Dancing III. 
Future: — O.T. — anywhere. 

PATRICIA ANNE TOWNLEY. Ottawa. Ont. (51 ) 

Occupational Therapy. Lisgar C.I.; All-Varsity Mixed Choir I-III; 
Canterbury Club II-III; Undergraduate Association. Treasurer II. 
President III; The Varsity II. 
Future: — Occupational Therapy. 

MARY ELIZABETH WENGER. .\ylsham, Sask. (52 ) 

Occupational Therapy, Aylsham High; Literary Club; Social Rep. 
Ill; Photography; Bowling. 
Future: — O.T. — anywhere. 



ANN ELIZABETH WILSON. Calgary, Alta. (5.?) 

Occupational Therapy. Central High; Literary Club I-III; Treasurer 
II; All Varsity Mixed Choir II-III; The I'arsilv II; Canterbur\- 
Club II-III; O.T. Undergrad I-III. 
Future; — O.T. on west coast. 



GLENNA M.\RIE WVLIE. Bolton. Ont. ATA (54) 

Occupational Therapy. Ontario Ladies College; O.T. Undergrad 
Association; Athletic Chairman; O.T. Basketball and Hockey Teams. 

HELEN AILEEN ZENER. Toronto A E * (55) 

Occupational Therapy, Riverdale C.I.; Undergraduate Social Rep. 
Ill; II Year Social Rep.; I.S.S. II; Tennis; U.C. Follies III. 
Future: — Occupational Therapist — Being a capable one! 




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Therapy 



MISS L. POLLARD 



D, 



URING these last few years, we thought that the evolution of your training in Physical 
Therapy had reached a high standard of development; but further goals have been put before 
us, with the stimulation of new ideas. 

In the autumn of 1950 the course leaves, with regret, the kindly administration of the 
Extension Department, which has looked after its welfare so many years. Now that Physical 
Medicine has become a recognized branch of modern medicine, the training of the therapists 
in this field, is being undertaken by the Faculty of Medicine. Physical Medicine included 
both Physical and Occupational Therapy, so these two courses, both concerned with the resto- 
ration of the sick and injured to full function, 'will, in future, be integrated into one whole, to 
the advantage of both. 

So, you who graduate in Physical Therapy this year, enter the field of Physical Medicine 
as specialists in your branch. The need for your help is great, and you will be eagerly wel- 
comed by your colleagues who are anxiously awaiting reinforcements. There are new depart- 
ments to be opened up, existing departments to be expanded, new fields of endeavour for all 
of us. We know that you are going out into the world with open and enquiring minds, and 
with a sense of service to your fellow men. 

It is with regret that we say goodbye to you, after three happy years, and we, the staff, 
would like to say how much we have appreciated your cheerful, willing co-operation within 
the course, and your public spirited activities within the University. We know that you will 
carry this spirit with you into the careers you are just starting, and our very best wishes go 
with you. 4" 



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ELIZABETH BATANOFF, Saskatoon. Sask. (1) 

Blaine Lake High; Hockey I-HI; Basketball Manager I. Ill; 
Social Rep. II; Social Undergraduate Executive III. 

ISABEL BRODIE, Oakville, Ont. (2) 

Oakville High; Hockey I; Volleyball II; Basketball Manager III. 
Future:— Child Work. 



ELEANOR MARY BUCKERFIELD. Parry Sound, Ont. 
Parry Sound High; Hockey; Badminton. 
Future: — To do physio in General Hospital for a while. 



PAULINE CHECKNITA, Edmonton. Alta. 
Eastwood High. 



MIRIAM SHAW CLINK, Battleford, Sask. 

Battleford C.I.; Bridge and week-ends in the country. 
Future: — Private practice. 



BETTY DICKSON COO. Copper Cliff, Ont. 

Copper Cliff High; Hockey; Basketball Teams I, III. 



(3) 



(4) 



(5) 



(6) 



JEANNE MARGARET COSSAR, Toronto AAA (7) 

St. Clements; Athletic Directorate III; Athletic Chairman III; 
Hockey I-III; Basketball I-II; Swimming I-III; Aqua Show III. 
Future: — To aid the medical "profession". 

MARION BARBARA DUNCAN, Georgetown. Ont. (8) 

Georgetown High; Treasurer Physio-Undergraduate Association 
I-II; Volleyball I. 
Future: — Private Practice. 



BARBARA JANE FOREMAN, Toronto AT (9) 

St. Clement's; Secretary III; Basketball I-III; Hockey I-III; Golf. 
Future: — Marriage. 

NOREEN P.\TRICI.A FYFFE. Winnipeg. Man. (10) 

Kelvin Technical High; Home-coming week-end Rep. II; I.S.S. Rep. 
II-III; Skiing. 

Future; — To see England and Ireland after working a few years in 
the west. 



GWENNYTH GARRARD. Oshawa, Ont. AAA (11) 

Oshawa C.I.; AAA Treasurer III; Hockey I-III; Athletic Rep. I; 
Basketball I; Volleyball III. 



NATALIE SARA GORDON; Long Branch. Ont. 
Mimico High. 
Future: — Marriage. 



(12) 



JANET MARY LAUGHLIN. Toronto (13) 

Malvern C.I.; President I; S..\.C. Rep. II; President Undergrad III; 
Volleyball MIL 



LORNA AGNES LETT, Snow Road, Ont. 

Arnprior High; Toronlonensis Rep. Ill; S.C.M. Rep. III. 
Future: — Marriage and further physio experience if possible. 



(14) 



GOLDIE LEWIS, Toronto I A n (IS) 

Harbord C.I.; Basketball I-III; Hockey I-III; Hockey Manager II; 
Frat. Treasurer III. 



ELIZABETH KATHLEEN MUSSON, Toronto 
Bishop Strachan School; Social Rep. I. 
Future: — Marriage, hope to do polio work. 



A* (16) 



SHIRLEY RUTH NORWICH, Toronto ATA (17) 

Humberside C.I.; Basketball I-III; Hockey I-III; III Year Social 
Rep.; Treasurer, ATA. 
Future: — Travelling Salesman — of physical therapy that is. 

MARY NOLAN O'REILLY. Toronto (18) 

St. Josephs College; N.F.C.U.S. Rep. I-II; Newman Club III; 
Vice-President III; Hockey I-III. 

MARY BARBARA PH.->iRE. Toronto (19) 

Northern Vocational; Social Rep. I; President II; Hockey I-III. 
Future: — Time wi:l tell — but in the meantime to work with children 
in the field of physical therapy. 



NORMA PAULINE SNODDON. Uxbridge, Ont. 
Uxbridge High; Basketball I-III. 



(20) 



PHYLLIS JANET WILKS. Creston. B.C. (21 ) 

Creston High; Basketball Rep. Ill; Float Rep. Ill; Badminton II- 
III; Tennis; Swimming; Sports Rep. Ill; Basketball I-III; Hockey 
I-III. 

Future: — Practising physio in the west where men are men and there 
aren't any physios. 





Institutional 
JS^anagement 



S. F. CORK 



B.A. 



T 

JL HE Class of 1950 is the first of the Institutional Management classes composed for the 
most part of non-veterans, and your presence has given assurance that the Course is supplying 
a need and will continue. Most of you are younger than those in the preceding classes, but 
you have well maintained the standard set by them, and have initiated activities of your own. 
You are to be congratulated for a successful year. 

For most of you, your departure from the University marks the commencement of a new 
way of life, but it should not mean that you have ceased to study. Success will be more sure if 
you will continue to improve by well chosen reading, by observation, and by intelligent 
action. Do not be too impatient to advance rapidly, but be prepared for your chance when it 
comes. 

This is being written at the dawn of a new half century. Many of you will see the year 
2000. What will befall this old world during these fifty years? God grant that catastrophes 
such as marred the first half of this century may be avoided. In this endeavour you can do 
your part, small as it may seem to you as individuals. Difficulties between nations arise 
through ignorance and misunderstanding, and travel between countries can be an important 
factor in promoting better international relationships. As hosts, you have an opportunity of 
sharing in the cultivation of friendliness towards our guests from other lands. 

The Supervisor and Staff extend best wishes for your success. We would be happy to be 
of assistance to you at any time.-^ 



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TORRANCE ALEXANDER ADAMSON. Toronto 
Institutional Management. Runny mede C.I. 
Future: — Hotel Administration. 



DONALD C. ANNABLE, Beverly Farms, Mass. 
Institutional Management. 



(1) 



(2) 



LAWRENCE DAVID BALDWIN. Toronto (3) 

Institutional Management, Scarboro C.I.; Golfing; Skiing; Tennis; 
Sailing; Toronto Ski Club. 
Future: — Sales or Personnel Work. 



JOHN GORDON BATES. Toronto (4) 

Institutional Management. Oakwood C.I.; Lacrosse; Basketball; 
Volleyball Teams. 
Future: — Advertising or Personnel Work. 

BARBARA ANN BRADSHAW, Toronto (5) 

Institutional Management, Bishop Strachan School; I.S.S. Rep- 
resentative I-II; Bowling I. 
Future; — Postgrad work in Switzerland. 

RAYMOND DENNIS CARRADINE, Smooth Rock Falls. Out. (6) 
Institutional Management, Smooth Rock Falls High; Hockey I-II. 
Future: — Hotel Work. 



WILLIAM DANIEL CARROLL. Burlington. Ont. 
Institutional Management, De La Salle "Oaklands". 



(7) 



BERNARD OSCAR CAUSTON, Toronto (8) 

Institutional Management, Northern Vocational; I.M. Athletic 
Representative; Swim League Manager; I.M. Band. 
Future: — Hospital or Resort Work. 

MARGARET McLEOD COLLIE. Kitchener. Ont. (Q) 

Institutional Management. Gait C.I.; Secretary — Institutional 
Management Undergraduate Society; Toronlonensis Representative; 
Institutional Management Women's Association; Bowling I-II. 
Future: — Personnel Work. 



DAVID ANDREW CRAIG, Sault Ste. Marie, Ont. 
Institutional Management, Sault Ste. Marie C.I. 
Conservative Club; Presbyterian Fellowship I-II. 
Future: — Hotel or Resort Executive Work. 

ROBERT OREN CRAVEN. Hamilton. Ont. 
Institutional Management. Central C.I. 
Future: — Resort Business. 



(10) 

Progressive 



(11) 



WILFRED BESANT DRAKE, Toronto (12) 

Institutional Management, Lawrence Park C.I.; Ski Club; Hockey; 
Basketball; Photography. 
Future: — Personnel Work. 

SHERM.A.N JOSEPH DUGGAN. Timmins, Ont. (13) 

Institutional Management. Timmins High; Newman Club. 
Future: — Hotel Business. 

MURRAY ROSS EDE, Kapuskasing, Ont. (14) 

Institutional Management, Kapuskasing High, 
Future: — Manager and owner of my own Restaurant. 

JOHN ASHTON EDWARDS. Newmarket. Ont. (15) 

Institutional Management. Newmarket High; Ski Club; Swimming. 
Future: — Own and operate a summer resort or commercial hotel. 

WINFRED LEON KENNETH FLOREN, Weyburn, Sask. (16) 

Institutional Management, Weyburn C.I.; Course Hockey Team. 

WILLIAM ARTHUR FORSTER. Toronto (17) 

Institutional Management. Lawrence Park C.I. 
Future: — Hotel management or summer resort operation. 

JAMES CLIFFORD GARTSHORE, Whitby, Ont. (18) 

Institutional Management. Whitby High; Hockey II. 
Future:— R.C.A.F. 

(JOAN) JANETTE WINNIFRED HEATHCOTE, Toronto (19) 

Institutional Management, Lawrence Park C.I.; Girls' Athletic Rep. 
I; Hockey I; Softball II; Bowling I-II. 
Future: — Personnel Work and a car. 



LEWIS FERGUSON JONES, Scarborough, England 
Institutional Management, Scarborough High, Eng. 



(20) 



STANLEY KALEMBAC.\, Agincourt. Ont. (21) 

Institutional Management, Agincourt C.I.; Imuso News I; Volleyball 
I-II. 
Future: — Hotel Manager. 

ANDREW JUNIOR KEMP. Castleton. Ont. (22) 

Institutional Management. Castleton High; Northumberland Ski 
Club; Hockey; Golf; Basketball; Lacrosse; Flying. 
Future: — Hotel and Summer Resort Management. 




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JOHN ALBERT KERR, Belleville, Ont. 
Institutional Management, Belleville C.I. 
Future: — Tourist Resort Business. 



(23) 



FRANK LOUIS KLISANICH, Schumacher, Ont. (24) 

Institutional Management, Schumacher High; Univeis ly of Toronto 
Band. 
Future: — Hotel Executive. 



DAVID MILES LANCASHIRE, Toronto 
Institutional Management, Scarboro C.I. 
Tennis; Music; Jazz Records. 
Future: — Music. 



I.M 



(25) 
Orchestra; Skiing; 



WILLIAM LINDSAY LEACH. Westmount, Que. 
Institutional Management, Montreal High; Class 
Social Chairman; I.M. Ski II. 
Future: — Hotel Management. 



(26) 
President II; 



CALVIN CHANT LINDSEY, Toronto (27) 

Institutional Management, Humberside C. I.; Swim Teamll; Bowling; 
U. of T. Ski Club; Social Committee I-II; Flying with Central 
Airways. 
Future: — Sales or Personnel Work. 

JOHN DOUGLAS LYNCH, Weston. Ont. (28) 

Institutional Management, Weston C.V.S.; Basketball I; Volleyball; 
Placement Committee; Class Secretary I; Tennis. 
Future: — Resort work in Northern Ontario, after study of resort 
operation abroad. 

IAN THOM.AS MAC KAY. Toronto (29) 

Institutional Management, Jarvis C.I.; Publicity Committee. 
Future: — An extensive trip of North .America; a trip to Europe; 
continue on in the hotel business. 



KENDRY EDWARD MacKELL, Toronto 

Institutional Management, Senn High, Chicago, 111. 
Future: — Resort Hotel Business. 

OLIVER MAKELA. Sault Ste. Marie, Ont. 

Institutional Management, Sault Ste. Marie C.I. 

DONALD G. MALLORY 



(30) 



(31) 



(32) 



BRUCE HARRIS McPHAIL, Hamilton, Ont, AXA (33) 

Institutional Management, Westdale C.I.; I.M. U.S. 1st. Vice- 
President I; S.A.C. Radio Commissioner II; S.A.C. Finance Repre- 
sentative II; I.M. Hockey I, II. 
Future: — Postgrad Studies. 

PATRICIA JOAN MILLAR, York Mills, Ont, (34) 

Institutional Management, Forest Hill C.I.; 2nd. Vice-President and 
Publicity Chairman of Institutional Management Undergraduate 
Society; President of Institutional Management Women's Associa- 
tion; Bowling I-II; Music; Hockey; Volleyball. 

MORD PAUL MILLARD, Palermo, Ont. (35) 

Institutional Management, Burlington High; Ski Club, 

GORDON THOMSON MITCHELL, Regina, Sask, (36) 

Institutional Management, Central C.I.; Undergraduate President 
II; President I. 

Future: — Plan to build a fly-in fishing and hunting camp in Northern 
Ontario. 

SHIRLEY ROSE MOIR, Wi'lowdale, Ont. (37) 

Institutional Management, Loretto Abbey; Secretary. Institutional 
Management Women's Assoc; Bowling I-II; Volleyball II. 
Future; — F= M-t-C (Future equals Marriage plus Career). 

AXA (.38) 
Fellowship Secretary 



JOHN SCOTT MURRAY, Toronto 

Institutional Management. Humberside C.I, 

Y,M.C.A. 

Future: — To follow up the course in boy's camp work. 

ROBERT ERNEST NEWLAND, Toronto 

Institutional Management, Upper Canada College. 
Future: — Business. 



(39) 



GERALD GEORGE NEWTON. Toronto 
Institutional Management, F'orest Hill CI. 
Club; Basketball I-II; Volleyball I. 
Future: — Business. 



B S P (40) 
Scout Master; Sailing 



FRANK NIEI^SEN, Toronto 
Institutional Management, 
Basketball I-l I; Tennis. 
Future: — To own a summer hotel and spend the winter in Florida. 



Central Technical; Ski Club 



(41) 
l-Il; 



RAY GRENVILLE OLIMER, Orillia, Ont. (42) 

Institutional Management, Orillia C.I.; Bowling I-II; Basketball I-II 
Future:— Work for C.N.R. Hotel Chain. 

ROBERT WEDDEL PURDY, Whitby, Ont. (43) 

Institutional Management, Whitby High; Manager of Bowling 
League. 
Future: — Hotel Field. 



KATHARINE KENNEDY ROBB, Gait. Ont. 

Institutional Management. Gait C.I.; N.F.C.U.S. 

Imuso News. 

Future: — Hotel Work around the world. 

CHRISTOPHER SANDERS, Cologne, Germany 

Institutional Management. Institut auf dem Rosenberg. 



(44) 
Committee; 



(45) 



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CATHARINE YVONNE SCHICKLER, Harcourt. Ont. (46) 

Institutional Management. Lindsay C.I.; Institutional Management 
Women's Association; I.M. Baseball; Volleyball; Bowling I-II. 
Future: — Resort Manager?? Maybe. 

ERNEST FRANK SHEPPARD. Queenston, Ont. (47) 

Institutional Management, tamford C.I.; Blue and White Society II; 
Basketball I-II; Bowling Coach; Girls Baseball II; Athletic Ass'n. 
II; Newman Club. 
Future — Hotel work or allied field. 

MARIAN LOIS SIBBALD. Inglewood. Ont. (48) 

Institutional Management, Brampton High; Institutional Manage- 
ment Women's As.socip.tion; Bowling II. 
Future: — To travel. 

MARY VIRGINIA SKILLING. Toronto (49) 

Institutional Management. St. Joseph's College; Newman Club; 
Inst. Mgt. Women's Association — Vice President II; Bowling; 
Baseball II; Hockey; Social Committee. 
Future: — Personnel or sales promotion work. 

ISABELLA JANE SMITH; Welland. Ont. (50) 

Institutional Management, Welland 'High; Inst. Management 
Women's Association; Baseball; Hockey; Volleyball; Bowling. 
Future: — Let the future take care of itself. 

WILLIAM MALCOLM CR.AWFORD STEWART. Belwood, Ont. (51) 
Institutional Management. Fergus High; Lacrosse Team. 

FREDERICK FRANC CHARLES SUTCLIFFE, Ottawa, Ont. (52) 
Institutional Management, Ottawa Tech.; Basketball Team I-II; 
Ski II. 

Future: — Postgrad work at I'niversity of Michigan. Laurentian 
Resort Management. 



WILLIAM ERNEST THOMPSON, Toronto 
Institutional Management. U.T.S. 
Future: — Hotel Management. 



(53) 



PETER ALEXANDER TOBIAS, St. Catharines. Ont. (54) 

Institutional Management. St. Catharines C.I.; Member of Social 
Committee and Placement Committee, Skiing; Bowling; Sailing. 
Future: — To be owner-manager of a business. 

CAROL-GENELLE UNDERHILL, .Aurora, Ont. (55) 

Institutional Management. Aurora High; Women's Association; 
Baseball (Capt.); Bowling (Champ); Athletic Rep. I; Hockey; 
Volleyball; Swimming; Tennis. 
Future: — To get a good job and make my mother proud of me. 

DAVID LAUGHLIN WARD, Toronto (56) 

Institutional Management, Runnymede C.I.; Cartoonist hnuso News 
I-II; Swimming Team I-II; Hockey Team II. 
Future: — Plan to go into institutional work. 

EDMUND ALVIN WHITESIDE, Toronto (57) 

Institutional Management, Weston High; I.M. Hockey; Publicity 
Committee I-II. 
Future: — Inspector. Dept. of Public Health. 

ANTHONY RALPH WYMAN. London. England (58) 

Institutional Management. Letchworth Tech.; I.M. Swimming Team; 
Photographer; Table Tennis Club. 
Future: — Hotel Executive. 



MARILYN ALICE YORATH. Toronto 
Institutional Management. St. Clement's; 
Hockey I; Bowling I-II. 
Future: — Personnel work. 



(59) 
Social Committee I-II; 




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DR. SM'iTHS GRADUATOR. 
(^PAT. PEMO.) 



REPRINTED FROM TORONTONENSIS 1949 BY REQUEST 



206 



Student 
Government 




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Students^ Administrative Council 
Honour Awards 1949-50 

The HONOUR AWARD of the Students' Administrative Council is 
granted to those students of the graduating year who have contributed 
most notably to the undergraduate life of the University as a ivhole. 
The recipients are determined by an Honour Award Committee on the 
basis of nominations received from the various colleges and faculties. 
The award is symbolized by a gold key and certificate which is presented 
by the President of the University following the Convocation of each 
Faculty. 



RALPH MacKENZlE BARFORD 

Victoria College 
HONOR SYDNEY BENSON 

Music 
PAUL DAVID BREAK 

Victoria College 
RUTH ERASER COMFORT 

Occiipational Therapy 
JAMES CARSCALLEN CRANG 

Architecture 
JOAN ISOBEL CRYSDALE 

University College 
DONALD GEORGE DAVIS 

University College 
HAROLD BRUCE DAVIS 

Applied Science & Engineering 
VIVIAN ELEANOR DOUGLAS 

Nursing 
DONALD DWIGHT EVANS 

University College 
HERBERT STANLEY FILLMORE 

Victoria College 
JOHN GORDON GIBSON 

Trinity College 
JACK MOXON GRAY 

Physical & Health Education 
LEE ALFRED HEPNER 

Music 
ROBERT FRANKLIN HETHERINGTON 

Medicine 
CAROLINE JANE HILL 

University College 
JOHN ARTHUR HOOLIHAN 

University College 
RUTH ALISON JEFFRIES 

Victoria College 
ARCHIBALD ROY CAMPBELL JONES 

Forestry 
ROSANA KELLY 

University College 
HARVEY WILLIAM MacDONALD 

Dentistry 
IAN ROY MacLENNAN 

Architecture 



RUTH MARION MANNING 

Victoria College 
CONSTANCE JANE MATTHEWS 

Trinity College 
WILLIAM GRAHAM McDOUGALL 

Trinity College 
BRUCE HARRIS McPHAIL 

Institutional Management 
JAMES EDWARD MORAN 

Applied Science and Engineering 
EARL HERBERT ORSER 

University College 
IRWIN WOLFE PASTERNAK 

University College 
GEOFFREY ARTHUR HOLLAND PEARSON 

Trinity College 
HARVEY RAYMOND PICKFORD 

Applied Science & Engineering 
JOSEPH BENOIT PRENDERGAST 

St. Michael's College 
DAVID JOSEPH QUIGLEY 

St. Michael's College 
WILLIAM JOSEPH RAYMOND 

University College 
JOYCE KATHARINE ROUS 

Trinity College 
ROY ROWSELL 

Medicine 
GEORGE NICHOL SOULIS 

Applied Science & Engineering 
DOROTHY MURIEL STILLWELL 

Medicine 
ROBERT ALISDAIR ERASER SUTHERLAND 

University College 
PHOEBE CHRISTINA TEMPLETON 

Victoria College 
DOUGLAS PRITCHARD THOMAS 

Victoria College 
WILLIAM WALKER 

Applied Science & Engineering 
JAMES ALLISTER WEIR 

Medicine 
MARY AGNES WILKINSON 

St. Michael's College 



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Mr. C. Guild E. A. Macdonald Miss A. E. Parkes Prof. R. S. Knox Prof. B. E. Shore 

Chairman General Associate Secretary Faculty Faculty 

Secretary-Treasurer Representative Representative 



The Students* Administrative Council 

J&^NTRANCE into a new half-century seemed to be a challenge to the Students' 
^^ Administrative Council and its Committees, and 1949-50 was a year of both 
action and progress. It will also be remembered with a chuckle by Council members 
whenever "bulletin boards " or "tympani — with wheels" or even "student apathy" 
are mentioned. 

The text book brief presented to the Board of Governors in '48-49 bore fruit in the 
10% discount allowed on text books by the University Book Store, and it also precipi- 
tated a minor battle with certain publishers of which the reprecussions are still being 
felt on University campi across Canada. 

Two students from Northern Ontario are now in the University by reason of the 
Council's Entrance Scholarship, and one D.P. student has been financed by the 
Council. 




R. Hetherington 
Medicine 
President 



Miss R. Comfort Earl Orser 

Occupational University Colle 

Therapy Finance 

Vice-President Commissioner 



Mary Agnes 
Wilkinson 

St. Michael' s 

College 
Publications 

Commissioner 



Thomas Symons 

Trinity College 

Chairman of 

NFCUS 

Representative on 

All Varsity 
Revue Committee 



Ian MacLennan 

Architecture 

Memorial Union 

Chairman 



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)avid Quigley 


Wm. Turner 


Douglas Thomas 


Miss Joyce Rous 


Miss N. Benson 


Miss Jane Hill 


St. Michael's 


S.P.S. 


Victoria College 


Trinity College 


Music 


University College 


College 


Blue & White 


Chairman of 


Chairman of the 


Chairman of 


Student Service 


Debates 


Society Chairman 


Public Relations 


Music Committee 


All Varsity Revue 


Commissioner 


Commis s toner 




Committee 


Representative on 

All Varsity Revue 

Committee 


Committee 





Possibly because of the change in the date of the N.F.C.U.S. Conference from 
Christmas to September, that Committee put in a particularly constructive year. 
Textbook costs, student exchange and travel, a summer seminar in Quebec and I. U.S. 
affiliation were only some of the matters dealt with. The exchange "Carabin Week- 
ends" were most efficiently organized by the combined efforts of the I.S.S. and 
N.F.C.U.S. Committees, with the Council subsidizing the cost of forty fares to 
Montreal. 

The two year old Blue and White Society again took on its task of developing an 
"All-Varsity spirit" and met with great success in all its efforts — particularly stu- 
dent participation in the Home-Coming and support of the football and hockey 
teams. 

One new and highly successful venture sponsored by the Student Service Commis- 
sion was the Book Exchange. The Commission also organized the campaign for the 
Community Chest including the Red Feather Fair and Tag Day and raised well over 
$2000. 

In addition to the Orchestra and Chorus, the Music Committee this year spon- 
sored the Carnegie Record Collection, which was moved to the Mechanical Building 
with recitals each afternoon. A new University Song Book is also being compiled. 
The Debating Union this year joined with Hart House in arranging an American tour 
and also organized the regular intercollegiate debates. The All-Varsity Revue was 
once more a great success and played a week at Hart House to a packed House. 




W. Outerbridge Harris McPhail H. MacDonald MissD. Stillwell Harvey Pickford 



Social Work 

Inter Cultural 

Affairs 

Committee 

Chairman 

Representative on 

Public Relations 

Committee 



Institutional 
Management 
Chairman of 
Radio Committee 
Representative on 
the Finance 
Commission 



Dentistry 

Representative to 

Hart House 

Board of Stewards 



Medicine 

Women's Athletic 

Commissioner 



S.P.S. 

Men's Athletic 

Commissioner 



Ian Clark 

Ontario College 

of Education 



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Ruth Manning Vivian Douglas 



Victoria College 

Representative on 

Student Service 

Commission 

And on the 

Blue & White 

Society 



Nursing 

Representative on 

Finance 

Commission 



Wm. Dowsett 

Forestry 

Representative on 

Publications 

Commission 



Barbara Hughes 

Physical Therapy 

Representative on 

Publications 

Commission 



J. F. O'Neill 

Wyclijfe College 



D. C. Wilson 
Emmanuel 



The Student Memorial Union Committee had a year of ups and downs, finally 
ending with a definite hope that the Union may become a reality in a building to be 
built south of Hart House and linked with it. The new Caput-Council Liaison Com- 
mittee had its first meetings during the year and served as a clearing house for 
various problems of administration. 

The Publications Committee weathered a small storm regarding Varsity advertis- 
ing policy when the air was cleared by the application of common sense on both 
sides. The Finance Committee had a very difficult year because of increased costs and 
decreased income, but managed to come through without showing too great a 
deficit. One major undertaking was the preparation of a brief showing the need for an 
increased Council fee, which is now under consideration by the Board of Governors. 

The Council was fortunate this year in the selection of all its officers and Chair- 
men. Each person fulfilled his or her job in the ablest possible manner. A special 
word of appreciation should go to the President, Bob Hetherington, for his wise 
leadership and careful attention to all phases of Council activity; to the Chairman, 
Mr. Carman Guild for the manner in which he handled Council sessions in the best 
parliamentary tradition; and to Professors Knox and Shore who suffered through 
many lengthy meetings and offered wise counsel when needed. 4- 



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S. Faibish 


A. K. Campbell 


Don Inch 


H. S. Fillmore 


Joan Eddis 


Wm. Raymond 


Pharmacy 


Knox College 


Law 


Editor oj 


Women's Editor of 


Editor of 








The Varsity 


The Varsity 


Torontonensis 



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STUDENT GOVERNMENT 



RIGHT: 



These are the ladies who look after the S.A.C.'s manv activities. 
Audrey Dickie, Secretary to Mr. Macdonald; Frances Light- 
bourne, who looks after The Varsity Advertising; Loretta Stewart 
keeps check on the accounts; Edith Annis Assistant to Miss 
Parkes. 





TOP: S.A.C. President Bob Hetherington delivers a report. 
Left to Right: — Carman Guild, Chairman: Miss Parkes, Ruth 
Comfort. In the background Jack Gray and Bud Godfrey of The 
Varsity. 

CENTRE: Members voting on a motion. 

BOTTOM: Finance Commissioner Earl Orser reads the minutes of 
his meeting. Left to Right; — Ruth Comfort, Ruth Manning, 
Harris McPhail. 



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SECOND ROW: L. N. Freel, Assistant Secretary Treasurer; E. H. Orser, S.A.C. Representative; G. J. Ciglen, Fourth Year 
President; D. R. K. Rose, Secretary; R. A. F. Sutherland, Literary Director; D. J. L. Moran, First Year President; 
J. A. Christensen, Second Year President; K. S. Hands, Treasurer;]. Novitsky, ThirdYear President. 

FIRST ROW: J. S. Bull, Social Director; ]. A. Hoolihan, President; Hon. Justice J. L. Wilson, Honorary President; 
G. R. Wallace, Athletic Director; W. F. Francis, Publicity Director. 



University College Literary and Athletic Society 

THIS year the Lit was faced with a decreased enrolment and an unprecedented 
budget problem, yet, rather than adopt a policy of status quo, the spirit of 
enterprise was given free rein and in spite of difficulties, worthwhile advances were 
made. 

For the first time in many years University College has had a full scale Freshman 
Reception lasting a full glorious week-end! Another first was the Arts Ball, held 
within the College this year; a great co-operative undertaking, it proved an out- 
standing success. The Follies remained the best campus musical-comedy, and the Red 
and White Nites saw the Women's Union overflowing. 

On gymnasium and parliamentary floor alike. Lit members have enjoyed notable 
success. U.C. teams gained inter-faculty laurels in lacrosse, track and basketball, 
while products of the U.C. Parliament and the Robinette Debates have shone in 
Hart House and intercollegiate debates. The Undergrady^?iS published twice this year 
and the quality of literary material profited in the reduction of issues. 

The Open Meetings re-consolidated their reputation of dissent, debate and dichot- 
omy! From amalgamation to budgetary problems, the Lit has led the way for the 
whole University in politics and policy. 

In this year of noteworthy achievements and unmitigated failures, the Lit has, 
however, laid the foundations in a critical period of the College's history upon 
which succeeding members can build with confidence. 4- 



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SECOND ROW; Johanne Ratz, First Year President; Alastair Grant, Treasurer; Paula Zumstein, Publicity Directress; 
Barbara Davidson, Second Year President; Zaira Murray, Third Year President; Betty Bonner, N.F.C.U.S. Represent- 
ative; Patricia Scott, Secretary; Eileen Dicker, P. HE. Representative. 

FRONT ROW: Joan Irwin, Literary Directress; ^ane Young, Social Directress; Mrs. Magnani, Honorary President; J3.ne 
Ratz, President W.U.A.; Miss M. B. Ferguson, Dean of Women; Barbara Smith, Fourtji Year President; Rosana 
Kelly, Athletic Directress. 

University College 
Women^s Undergraduate Association 

(j I HE Women's Undergraduate Association is the official organization of the 
JL women undergraduates of the College. It plans all the activities which solely 
concern the women, and works jointly with the University College Literary and 
Athletic Society in such events as the First Year Barn Dance, the Follies, and Arts 
Ball, and Red and White Nights. 

This year its first activity was the Freshie House party, planned to acquaint the 
freshies with the College and the people in it. Throughout the year there are W.U. A. 
open meetings at which all the students have a chance to find out what is going on, 
and to make suggestions to the executive. Many students took part in the Dean's 
Christmas Party for the children of the faculty. The U.C. Singers provided the choral 
background for the pageant of the Christmas Story. On the next evening the yearly 
party for the University Settlement was a great success, especially "Santa Claus". 
After Christmas the Portia Debates began, with a large number of "orators". The 
winners debated against the winners of the Robinette debates at the last Red and 
White night of the year, at which election results for the coming year were also 
announced. 

Women graduating this year will remember many things — the Players' Guild, 
"Red Mill" produced by the Music Club, the Undergrad, the Arts Ball, the Grad 
Banquet and all the other events that made their last year at University College 
unforgettable. 4 



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UNIVERSITY COLLEGE, W.U.A. FIRST 
YEAR EXECUTIVE 

SECOND ROW: Joan Carley, Marion Hogarth. 

FRONT ROW: Johanne Ratz, President; Muriel Cliinn. 





UNIVERSITY COLLEGE, W.U.A. 
YEAR EXECUTIVE 



SECOND 



SECOND ROW: Ann Gostling, Literary Directress; Joan 

Langlois, Publicity Directress. 
FRONT ROW: Barbara Davidson, President; Ross 

Creelman, Social Directress. 



UNIVERSITY COLLEGE, W.U.A. THIRD 
YEAR EXECUTIVE 

SECOND ROW: Betty Hutchison, Social Directress; Anne 

Burton, Literary Directress. 
FRONT ROW: Zaira Murray, President; Wilma Booty, 

Publicity Directress. 





UNIVERSITY COLLEGE, W.U.A. FOURTH 

YEAR EXECUTIVE 
SECOND ROW: Ann Boswell, Social Directress; Elizabeth 

Ross, Publicity Directress. 
FRONT ROW: Barbara Smith, President; Mary Carter, 

Literary Directress. 
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SECOND ROW ; A. Strike, Athletic Director; D. Rogers, Athletic Directress; D. Thomas, S.A.C. Representative; D. Lawson, 
Vice-President; R. Manning, S.A.C. Representative; ]. Nugent, Secretary; K. Fleming, Publicity Director. 

FRONT ROW: M. Mills, Social Directress; S. Kurisko, President; Dean Bennett, P. Templeton, Associate President; 
J. Birkenshaw, Social Director. 

INSET: R. Carruthers, Treasurer. 



Victoria College Union 



LOUK years ago, in the light of greater enrolment and changing conditions, the 
JL Victoria College Union began to improve and change face. This year we have 
witnessed the extension of that process in the establishment of a Vic Show, rebirth of 
the Bob, a new, revitalized Acta Victoriana and the stabilization of the Constitution. 
This has been due largely to the efforts and influence of the Victoria College Union 
Assembly representing all the clubs, years and societies in the College. 

In its second complete year of operation the Assembly has carried the weighty 
burdens implicit in the governing of 1745 students. It is to be hoped that the flexi- 
bility and continuity provided by this student forum will lead to future improve- 
ments; for, while recommendations, decisions and findings of investigation com- 
mittees this year have laid the basis for greater utilization of student capacity and 
interest, the problems of apathy and overlapping fields of activity will continue as 
challenges in the future. Many of the organizations within the College have failed 
to meet the demands of the students or even to bend themselves in such a direction. 
In the coming years the Assembly and the V.C.U. Executive must strive to adapt 
and mould the organization until general student interest and participation is in 
equilibrium with the benefits of responsibility and fellowship that is potential in the 
student government within a University. 

Such ideals are lofty. However, ideals are like the stars . . . we may never reach 
them, but like the mariners of the sea, we chart our course by them. 4. 



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Victoria College Permanent Executive 
and Award Winners 




PERMANENT EXECUTIVE 

Harry Green, President; Diane Rogers, Associate President; Stanley Kurisko, Treasurer; 
Beverley Shoemaker, Secretary; ]3lcV Birkenshaw, Social Director. 




STICK WINNERS 

Jack Birkenshaw, Men's Senior Stick and Men's Athletic Stick; 
Allison Jeffries, Women's Athletic Stick; Phoebe Templeton, 
Women' s Senior Stick. 



Honour Rings 

C I HE following people have been awarded an honour ring by the Victoria College Union for their 
outstanding contribution and high degree of responsibility during undergraduate years. This 
recognition is made to supplement the limited number of Honour Awards made to students who have 
been active in Victoria College and University of Toronto undergraduate activities. A maximum of 
fifteen rings may be presented each year. Winners are not necessarily in their graduating year.^ 



Ralph Barford 


5T0 


Norm Bell 


5TO 


Dick Bowles 


5T0 


Ted Hall 


5T0 


John Finlay 


5TO 


Allison Jeffries 


5TO 


Fred McFadden 


5T0 



Roy Neehall 


5TO 


Bob Ralph 


5T0 


Bev Shoemaker 


5TO 


Kathlyn Smith 


5T0 


Ben Smillie 


5T0 


Bert Sutcliffe 


5TO 



Lois Sutherland 5TI 



George McGowan 5T2 



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VICTORIA COLLEGE, CLASS OF 5TO EXECUTIVE 
SECOND ROW: R. Morgan, M.ember-At-large; P. Break, Treasurer; C. Smith, Secretary; D. Wearherhead, 

JAemher-at-large; R. Truemner, Social Director. 
FRONT ROW: R. Bowles, President; Professor Irving, Honorary President; ]. Webster,^ Associate President. 




VICTORIA COLLEGE, CLASS OF 5T1 EXECUTIVE 
SECOND ROW: W. Farlinger, Member-at-large; I. Outerbridge, Member-at-large; L. Hammond, Social 

Directress; R. Howson, Treasurer; J . Finlay, Member-at-large. 
FRONT ROW: P. Quiggin, Secretary; Professor H. N. Frye, Honorary President; G. Ross, President; B. Sagar, 

Associate President. 



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VICTORIA COLLEGE, CLASS OF ST2 EXECUTIVE 

W. Flannery, Treasurer; P. Ewing, Secretary; S. Irwin, Associate President; W. Mercer, President. 
ABSENT: A. Ward, Social Representative. 




VICTORIA COLLEGE, CLASS OF 5T3 EXECUTIVE 

SECOND ROW: C. Rea, Assembly Representative; P. Bell, Assembly Representative; D. Melhuish, Treasurer; 
J. Boyd, Assembly Representative; D. London, Assembly Representative; A. Gigeroff, Assembly Represent- 
ative;]. Latimer, Social Representative. 

FRONT ROW: G. Rogers, Secretary;]. Whitely, President; Professor Laidlaw, Honorary President; ]. Dancy, 
Associate President. 



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SECOND ROW: Dick Foster, Michael Macklem, Bob Blackwell, Bob Johnston, Doug Andison, John 
Petigrew, Tom Symons. 

FIRST ROW: Al Hooper, Eugene Green, Bill Riesberry, Mr. E. G. Strathy, Gordon Gibson, Bill McDougall, 
Tom Muir. 

Trinity College Board of Stewards 

TRINITY life is undergoing an examination. For ninety-eight years a distinctive 
atmosphere has been the source and product of her peculiar institutions. Such a 
colourful and impressive past gives to the present, and promises to the future, a rich 
inheritance. As this year began one wondered whether Trinity would be content 
to live on the accumulations of her former days, to glory in her past accomplish- 
ments, and to smile complacently when glancing at the impressive structure which 
housed her life. Whereas apathy has caused many of the University's institutions 
to wane, at Trinity the result has been a movement toward the examination of 
"the given", the abolition of the useless or dangerous, and a new emphasis on the 
worthwhile and valuable. 
Hence: 

EPISKOPON was handed over in part to the College Meeting and Board of 
Stewards. After long periods of deliberation we handed it back to the Scribe (where 
it belongs — we think). Since the Editor of "Salterrae" was dropped from the Board, 
having never been appointed, he returned this year — with constitutional sanction. 
The Cake-Fight, which caused one sophomore to turn red, will in future years be 
replaced by an inter-year "Rugger Match" with the hope that injuries will be less 
spectacular. The social events of the College this year have been extremely enjoyable. 
The Men of College are planning to have a Trinity Christian Mission to be conducted 
by the Provost during Lent. College Meetings have been better attended this year- 
indicative of something. 

Met' Agona Stephanos !!! 4- 



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SECOND ROW: J, Wiley, ThirdYear Knp'eientcdtive, i^. Scluiorr, 'Ireasi/iei, ]. Prci-LOCC. 

FRONT ROW : Fr. Dorsey, R. Ringwood, Second Year Representative; D. Quigley, President: D. Charron, Vtce- 
Presdient; P. Lorch, Western Class Representative; R. Belmont, First Year Representative; D. Wallace, 
Athletic Director. 

Su Michael's College 
Students^ Administrative Council 

C I HE Students' Administrative Council of 1949-50 ably guided the many clubs and 

-I. activities at St. Michael's College. To the wide variety of societies were added 

a Choral Society and a Writers' Guild this year. The Trireme, with a new editorial 

policy and The Mike, which became a full fledged newsweekly, were widely read. 

Two new officers were created on the Council : a professional representative chosen 
from among the resident professional students, and a Vice-President, now distinct 
from the Fourth year representative, who is the functioning head of St. Michael's 
College. This enables the President, who remains the responsible agent, to spend 
more time in furthering St. Michael's interest in university affairs. The float parade, 
the renewed interest in I.S.S. and N.F.C.U.S. and the ready response of St. Michael's 
to back the University on book discounts are results of the President's efforts. 

In the field of athletics St. Michael's representatives were on every university team 
and the intramural squads did well. The track team won its third straight indoor 
championship, while the hockey team won the Jennings Cup and the basketball 
team, the Sifton cup. 

The popular monthly dances were enlivened by the St. Michael's Octet and a new 
P. A. set. Other successful events of the year were the Christmas Dance, the "At- 
Home" and the Arts Banquet. With a firmer financial basis, the constitutional 
changes and the precedent of a year of splendid co-operation, next year's Council 
should look forward to an even better year. 4. 



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SECOND ROW: Elaine Maloney, Suzanne McGrath, Dorothy Doran, Joanne McWilliam, Frances O'Brien, 
Therese Bauer, Margery Vice, Betty Claire Holland. 

FRONT ROW : Catherine Johnston, Chairman; Margaret Kearns, Winnifred Lownie, Mary Agnes Wilkinson, 
President; Helen Symth, Teresa Houlihan, Helen Cannon. 



Loretto College - St. Joseph^s College Joint Council 



j HE Joint Executive Council of St. Michael's College women was formed in 1949 
as a unifying link between Loretto and St. Joseph's, the two women's colleges of 
St. Michael's. The council is made up of the senior members of the St. Joseph's and 
Loretto's S.A.C., although its president is separate from either college council. 
She, as a representative to the University S.A.C., is responsible to the body of St. 
Michael's College women as a whole. 

This Joint Executive Council deals with those matters which concern the students 
of both Loretto and St. Joseph's, while those which pertain to only one college or 
the other are handled by the S.A.C. of the college concerned. 4 



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ST. JOSEPH'S COLLEGE STUDENTS' ADMINISTRATIVE COUNCIL 

SECOND ROW: Betty Fitzgerald, Margery Vice, Catherine Johnston, Helen Boehler, Betty Claire Holland, 

Therese Bauer. 
FRONT ROW: Elaine Maloney, Rose Marie LaPalme, Winnifred Lownie, Teresa Houlihan, Ksavera Jarosz, 

Eleanor Sherlock. 




LORETTO COLLEGE STUDENTS' ADMINISTRATIVE COUNCIL 
SECOND ROW; Suzanne McGrath, Junior Represeiirative; Dorothv Doran, Sophomore Represeiitarive; Helen 

Cannon, Social Directress; Julia. McCool, Toroittonensis Representative. 
FRONT ROW: Margaret Howe, Debating President; Margaret Kearns, Treasurer; Helen Smvth, President; 

Pamela LaTour, Head of Hou.se, Frances O'Brien, Athletic President; Mary Sheridan, Prefect of Sodality. 
ABSENT: Joanne Smith, Freshman Representative. 



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KNOX COLLEGE ASSOCIATION EXECUTIVE 

SECOND ROW: F. Dunbar, House Convener; G. Hopton, Social Convener; M. Putnam, Worship Convemr; 

W. Smith, Ath/etic Convener. 
FRONT ROW: G. R. Cameron, Treasurer; Rev. D. V. Wade, Honorary President; A. K. Campbell, President; 

A. Turner, Vice-President;]. R. Moore, Secretary. 



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SECOND ROW: M. Taylor, Don of Residence; ] Mecler, Missionary Convener; G. Hume, Worship Convener. 
FRONT ROW: D. Jay, President, Theological Society; ]. Preston, Secretary, Theological Society; G. McLellan, 

Treasurer; S. Parkhouse, Vice-President; D. Wilson, President; Dr. McLean, Honorary President; 

K. Christopher, Secretary; S. Anderson, Secretary, Athletic Society; D. Sloan, President, Athletic Society. 



Emmanuel College Students^ Society 

rHE Emmanuel College Students' Society is indeed fortunate in having its weekly 
meetings scheduled on the regular timetable at a time when all students can 
attend. This fact indicates how important the Society is to the student body. 

It is here that students obtain training for the work which they will have to do 
on boards, committees, presbytery and conference meetings. During this year atten- 
tion has been given to parliamentary procedure; and while most of us have become 
at least slightly confused when there is a division of the house over an amendment 
to an amendment, our knowledge of the conduct of meetings has been greatly in- 
creased. 

All this experience in correct procedure comes as we discuss and plan the various 
aspects of our College activities. In the fall the worship committee with the staff, 
planned a retreat which deepened our Christian fellowship and enriched us individ- 
ually. 

Our planning involved more than our own concerns however. Under the direction 
of the missionary committee, students have been sent to speak to Young People's 
conference rallies, to churches in Toronto and London. 

Freshmen Frantics, the Buddy Banquet, musicales and the general good humour 
prevailing at all meetings have done much to create a feeling of comradeship 
throughout the college. 4- 



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SECOND ROW: J. Fralick, Treasurer; D. E. Lemon, Deputy Speaker;]. O'Neil, S. A. C. Representative;]. Town- 
send, Minister Without Portfolio;D. huck, Social Director:,]. ]3.ckson. Minister of Justice; B. Brightling, 
Minister of Foreign Affairs; B. Brummet, Deputy Prime Minister; H. Surdivall, Minister of Education. 

FRONT ROW: H. K. Naylor, Speaker; J. Morden, Prime Minister; R. F. Stackhouse, Governor-General; 
R. Mountain, Leader of the Opposit:on;M.. ]. Cathcart, President of Theological Society . 

ABSENT: D. Umpherville, Minister of Internal Affairs; L. Harper, Secretary of State; H. Holman, Keeper of the 
Seal. 



Wy cliff e College Literary Society 

I HE students rise, the speaker takes the chair and after a few words of opening, 
-^ the Wycliffe Literary Society is once again in full session. '"Business from the 
cabinet" is the signal for Prime Minister Morden to take the floor and launch out 
into some new project of the Radical-Conservative Party. Discipline, socials, house- 
debates and other forms of student activity all alike come before the critical eye of 
the student body. His Majesty's Loyal Opposition provides an active and penetrat- 
ing stimulus to good government with its scathing sarcasm and constructive criticism. 

Well, rough seas make good captains, it is said, and this year's government was 
no exception. In the face of an energetic opposition the cabinet developed an almost 
unprecedented efficiency. The interested support and friendly counsel given by our 
Senior student, himself an experienced "Lit" member, went far in making this 
efficiency possible — many thanks to Governor-General Stackhouse. 

The common room is empty now but I seem to hear those familiar voices and the 
roof still echoes dimly with cries of "Here! Here!"4> 



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THIRD ROW; T. Housely, J. Hunt, C. Bell, R. Strom, G. Cummings, R. MacCutcheon. 

SECOND ROW: J. Catto, N. Cannon, B. Winstanley, J. Rodgers, P. Rowntree, E. Dicker, M. Hudson, 

T. Henderson. 
FRONT ROW: M. Furlong, D. Kettle, Treasurer; M. Leeson, Secretary; G. Nick, President; ]. Somervillt 

T. Peterson, Vice-President; N. West. 



Physical and Health Education 
Undergraduate Association 

rHE School of Physical and Health Education Undergraduate Association, of 
which all P.H.E. students are members, completed another very successful year 
under the able leadership of George Nick. 

The year was packed with activities such as the Opening Get-Together, in which 
the freshmen got to know each other and also the students in the other years; the 
"year" dances that were held frequently and to which all the students were invited; 
the open meetings at which prominent physical educationists talked; and the 
annual At-Home, which was held at the Boulevard Club and was a great success. 

The annual show "Health's A'Poppin" was presented in February and was very 
enthusiastically received by capacity houses. The show provided an opportunity 
for the students to work co-operatively in a common endeavour and 150 out of the 
190 students in the course participated. 

The students were very active in the various intramural and intercollegiate sports 
once again, and kept up their high level of ability and sportsmanship. 

These combined activities have provided certain essential qualities that each 
student should receive from his or her University education. 

To the incoming executive, we extend the sincerest wishes for the 1950-51 season. 
To our fellow classmates who will scatter across the country — we wish health, 
happiness, and success. 4 



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TOP ROW: W. W. Walker, President;]. A. Couse, First Vice-President; ]. Anderson, Second Vice-President; 

J. M. Armour, Treasurer: G. Burns, Secretary. 
MIDDLE ROW; H. Pickford, Fourth Year S.A.C. Representative; W. Turner, Third Year S./i.C. Representative; 

W. Clark, C. Arnold, N.F.C.U.S. Representatives; B. A. Warren, Publicity Director. 
BOTTOM ROW: H. B. Davis, President, 5T0; H. Staneland, President, 5T1; D. McParland, President, 5T2; 

P. Turner, President. 5T3; G. Soulis, President, Athletic Association. 



Engineering Society 

y I 'is spring again and with pen and platitude in hand, we set forth to outline 
^ briefly the many activities and operations of the Engineering Society. Briefly, 
aye, there's the rub. To encompass the myriad activities which issue forth from the 
sacred precincts of the Red Schoolhouse in four hundred words presents all the prob- 
lems of a man writing "Gone With the Wind" on a small sized pinhead. 

The major problem was rather a paradoxical one since it saw retrenchment in 
financial policy coinciding with expansion to accommodate the increased numbers 
using the single store following the close of the Ajax Annex. 

Decreased enrolments brought the need for an "austerity programme" which 
would maintain the high standard of Skule functions without undue lavishness. As a 
result the subsidies required for the three major events, the At-Home, Skule Nite and 
Skule Dinner, were greatly reduced from the previous year without affecting the 
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TOP ROW: P. LaPrairie, M. and M. Club Chairman; G. Petherick, Engineering and Business Club Chairman; 

E. Weston, Electrical Club Chairman; J. L. McCloy, Civil Club Chairman; D. Carew, Chemical Club 

Chairman . 
MIDDLE ROW: J. W. Keenan, Engineering^ Physics Club Chairman; J. Moran, Aeronautical Club Chairman; 

E. Fedryk, Debates Club Chairman; S. Scroggins, Ceramics Club Chairman; J. Innes. Mechanical Club 

Chairman. 
BOTTOM ROW: J. J. Brigham, Editor, Toike Oike; D. Sherk, Editor, Transactions and Yearbook; A. Ross, 

Torontonensit Representative; W. Waters, Vaisity Representative. 



Engineering Society 

A decreased budget meant an increase in ideas, enthusiasm, and plain hard work, 
and these requirements were met by the boys in the Back Room. In this confined 
space back of the stores between props and instruments of the "L.G.M.B.", ideas 
are born to be seized upon with enthusiasm or to gather dust on the floor. One day 
it is mustaches for the Mulock Cup final, another day Engineers' caps for the Chariot 
Race, or on a higher plane, stacks of quarters for the Sick Children's Hospital. 
Programmes for the School-At-Home, props for Skule Nite, publicity for School 
Dinner, and puns for the School Auction, all from this 15 x 20 mine. 

And yet there is more, for within these confines can be found the editorial offices 
of both the Toike Oike^nd Transactions, and Year Book, devoted to the task of publiciz- 
ing the day-to-day activities of the Society and chronicling the year's events for 
inclusion in the memory portion of that reference library every engineer should have. 

Still others brave the torrent of activity in this little room, for the Year and Club 
Executives base their many operations here. From club stag to Grandiose Grad Ball, 
from field trip to General Meeting, all emanate from this enclosure. 

In conclusion, a heartfelt thanks to the denizens of the Back Room for having 
spearheaded a very successful year with the support of a cooperative student body. 
Best wishes to John Folinsbee and the rest of the new tenants of the Back Room. 4- 



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TOP ROW: J. L. Pulford, President; B. A. Warren, First Vice-President; y J. Brigham, Second Vice-President; 

W. A. Stewart, Secretary; C. C. Connolly, Treasurer. 
MIDDLE ROW: Counsellors: J. Innes, A. A. Walters, D. Carew, D. L. King, R. R. Smith, G. A. Pon. 
BOTTOM ROW; Counsellors: F. T. Hubbard, F. K. Dotv, J. P. Wilkinson, J. H. Heather, E. Weston. 

S.J. Fox. 



S.PS. Permanent Executive 

It will be the aim of the Graduate Executive of the Class of 5T0 to keep alive the 
spirit of co-operation which has been so prevalent during the past four years. An 
attempt will be made to draw up some form of constitution to replace the members of 
the Executive who by means of distant positions are not able to carry on their pre- 
vious assignments. By means of Club functions and annual year dinners, stags and 
reunions it is hoped that an interest may be maintained in the year 5TO. It is hoped 
that at some later date the members of the year may be able to set up some form of 
award to future students such as the Second Mile Award of the Class of 3T5. In this 
way they will keep the memory of 5T0 ever at the top of School years. 4 



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H. B. Davis, President; W. C. Diakow, Vice-President; T. M. Burke, Secretary-Treasurer; 
W. A. Firstbrook, Athletic Representative. 



S^P.S. Fourth Year Executive 



7N the far distant future when erudite historians undertake to assess the shadowy 
past, they will select the most important happening of each decade or era and at- 
tempt to show the effect which it had on the following generations. In our time, we 
can say without fear of possible contradiction, that the greatest single event will be 
recorded as the founding of that worthy body of courtiers and musicians (?), The 
Lady Godiva Memorial Band with Auxiliary Chowder and Marching Society. 

Under the aegis of the Director of Kultural Activities, Paul La Prairie, and led by 
the distinguished conductor. Captain Thomas Kenny, this aggregation has assaulted 
the acoustical apparatus of the entire Univefsity with a high degree of success. That 
they will have started a tradition at Skule, as well as having set the cause of music 
back three centuries, goes without saying. 

Many other remarkable events have occurred in this last year of trial (and the odd 
error), not the least of which was the succession to the throne of a new Skule Cannon 
complete with wheels. This redoubtable piece of ordnance follows a worthy an- 
cestry in becoming the defender of the little Red School House and the scourge of the 
campus; and repercussions of its percussion will be felt at the very Council Tables of 
the Artsmen; yea, even unto the U.C. Lit. 

However, lest we forget, let it not be said that the year was entirely cultural, for 
there was a certain amount of social activity. Besides supplying the largest percent- 
age of the numbers at the various Society functions, 5T0 also had two very fine dances 
excluding the Grad Ball, of which more is in its own section. 

Both affairs were held at the Palace Pier since it proved a very congenial atmos- 
phere in which to relax from the strain of booklarnin'. Ellis McLintock's band was 
engaged for both occasions with additional entertainment by Mildred Morey and 
Larry Foster. The latter was very good and his impersonations gave all of the ad- 
vantages of many of the big names at a fraction of their cost, for which the executive 
is truly thankful. 

The year has been a successful one from all aspects (including the academic, said 
he hopefully), and I should like to thank the other members of the Class Executive 
for their unstinting efforts and all the members of 5T0 for the fine cooperation we 
have received in making this year a memorable one.4 



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S.P.S., CLASS OF 5T1 EXECUTIVE 

T. F. Ka.g3.\v3., Secretaiy-Treasurer; H. A, Staneland, 
FresidentjK. C. Brace, Vice-President;]. (L. Folinsbee, 
Athletic Representative. 



S.P.S., CLASS OF 5T2 EXECUTIVE 

R. A. Beattie, Athletic Representative; D. K. Turner, 
Vice-President; D. J. McParland, President; T. B. 
Reynolds, Secretary-Treasurer. 





S.P.S., CLASS OF 5T3 EXECUTIVE 

M. A. Morassutti, Secretary-Treasurer; P. M. Turner, 
President; W. C. Moore, Athletic Representative. 
ABSENT: B. Blanchard, Vice-President. 



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SECOND ROW: S. Samuels, Employment Director; A. Tilbe, Sports Director; G. Cox, First Year President; T. Watkins, 
Fifth Year President; D. Armstrong, Third Year President; F. Wallis, Second Year President; R. Sider, Fourth Year 
President;]. Cauley, Publicity Director. 

FRONT ROW: G. Adams, Secretary; Miss. G. Wharry, Treasurer; G. Gibson, Honorary President; I. MacLennan, President; 
W, G. Raymore, E.x-officio Member; W. Gibson, Vice-President. 



Architectural Society 



rWO years have now passed since Skule broke away from Architecture, leaving 
the Engineers alone to face an unruly campus teeming with enterprising Meds 
and tentative Artsmen. 

Seeking neither to hide behind Skule's burly bastions, nor to bask in reflected 
glory, architects continue to enjoy friendly relations with engineers and the tradition- 
al forty beers, contributing coeds to Skule's attractive chorus line, designing sets and 
decorations, patronizing Engineering Stores and participating in the Graduation 
Dinner. 

Architects represent only a small fraction of the total enrolment at the University. 
We have found, however, that the smaller college or faculty enjoys compensating 
advantages and through an active society the architects are contributing to the 
undergraduate life of the University to an ever increasing degree. Through exhibi- 
tions and the sponsoring of eminent speakers, participation in Varsity affairs at all 
levels, including sports. Fun Fairs, Homecoming Week-ends, Hart House, Caledon 
Hills, S.A.C. and Chairmanship of the proposed student Union, architects are more 
active than ever before. This increased activity is a healthy sign. Modern architec- 
ture is vitally interested in the community life and our increasing extra-curricular 
activities provide a basic training for more useful participation in public life on 
graduation. 4. 



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MEDICAL SOCIETY 

TOP ROW: R. F. Hetherington, President; G. S. Cameron, Vice-President; A. R. K. Doyle, Treasurer; ]. F. Mustard, 

Secretary; Miss D. M. Stillwell, President M.W .U .A.; ?>. L. Wax, Publicity Director. 
MIDDLE ROW : D. McConachie, President Fourth Year;]. B. Mcllraith, President Third Year; G. H. Morrison, President 

Second Year;]. A. MacDonald, President First Year; W. T. Shaw, President Second Pre-Medical Year; P. D. Hopkins, 

President First Pre-Medical Year. 
BOTTOM ROW: W. F. Prendergast, Da ffydil Chairman; ] . L. Ralph, Editor of Medical Journal; D. E. Yates, Chairman of 

Arts and Letters; D. R. Pushman, Chairman of Music; P. B. Heaton, C. A. M.S. I. Chairman; H. R. Rowsell, E.K-Service 

Representative; E. D. Hubbard, M.A.A. 




CANADIAN ASSOCIATION OF MEDICAL STUDENTS AND INTERNES 

SECOND ROW : Doug Wigie, Abe Halpern, Tom Porter, 

FRONT ROW: Ken Butler, Doreen Mathers, Peter Heaton, Chairman; Bruce Buchanan, Ken Roach. 



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SECOND ROW: Beth McCree, Secretary; Irene Hain, Treasurer Athletics; Bernice Russell, Social Convener; Sally Sarles, 
Secretary Athletics; Annjane Carter, Treasurer. 

FRONT ROW: Elizabeth Line, Vice-President Athletics; Joan Fletcher, Preudent Athletics; Dr. Florence McConney, 
Honorary President: Dorothv Stillwell, President; Ruth Alison, Vice-President. 

ABSENT: Alice Kozner, First Pre-medical Representative. 



Medical WomerCs Undergraduate and 
Athletic Association 

THE Medical Women's Undergraduate Association has had a successful year 
under the leadership of Dorothy Stillwell. The opening fall event was a banquet 
in honour of the girls entering the freshman year. Dr. Marjory Davis was the guest 
speaker. 

Many of the members of the Association took active parts in Daffydil Nite, and a 
musical and talent evening was held in January at which the Undergraduate women 
exhibited their skills on the piano, violin and accordian. 

At a forum in February, various fields in Medicine open for women were dicussed 
by women specialists. In the spring a forum was held to honour the eight women in 
the graduating class. 

The Medical Women's Athletic Association has had an outstanding year with 
Joan Fletcher in charge. The baseball team played two playoff games in Hart House 
and finished third in the Interfaculty tilt. Although the Volleyball team copped no 
honours, the hockey team was outstanding. In January a Splash party was held for 
swimming enthusiasts. The Athletic Association closed the year with a banquet at 
which awards were presented. 

Both Associations worked together to make their activities of interest to all 
women in Medicine.-^ 



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TOP ROW: H. W. M.3.cDonaldr Presiiieiit; W. J. Pritchard, Vice-President and President of Fourth Year; 

R. J. Wainwright, Treasurer; Yi.]. E. Mitchell, Social Director; G. T. Milne, Director of Publicity. 
MIDDLE ROW: W. R. Moore, Director of Athletics; P. A. Cambell, President Third Year and Secretary; 

D. F. Brown, President Second Year; O. W. K. Gott, President First Year; A. Lindzon, President Pre- 

Dental Year. 
BOTTOM ROW: G. T. Rowntree, Director of Dentantics; E. A. Jones, Editor of Hya Yaka; H. C. Bugden, 

Torontonensis Representative. 



Dentistry Students^ Parliament 

rHE outstanding fact about 1949-50 from the students' standpoint has been that 
this year's graduating class is the largest since 1923- In addition to the outstand- 
ing number in their class, they have demonstrated a mature judgement and diversified 
enthusiasm in sports, social events, and a host of other student activities. The student 
body will miss this large nucleus but they have our best wishes and confidence that 
they will take to their respective practices a keen interest in both the health of the 
people and the healthy conduct of their community affairs. 

Along with the planning of a well-rounded and highly successful programme of 
student activities, the Cabinet also completed the large scale amendment of the 
Constitution of the Students' Parliament, which was commenced by last year's 
Cabinet, in order that the Constitution might be in step with the changes and pro- 
gress made over the years in both Faculty and University. 

With the large number of students in the Faculty this year creating a strain on 
teaching facilities and space, our thanks and very best wishes go to Dean Ellis, the 
Faculty, and Staff, for their magnificent job of organization and the extra effort they 
so willingly made in order that each of us might have a fruitful and fully rounded 

year. 4 



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SECOND ROW: William Outerbridge, Vice-President; Don Milne, Activities Director; ]ean Palmer, Public 
Relations Director; John Kileeg, Personal Standards Director; David Friesen, Publicity Director. 

FRONT ROW; Margaret McFarlane, Social Director; Mrs. Sheila Fleming, Secretary; Mary Stephens, Presi- 
dent; Elizabeth Crane, Treasurer; Cherry Gauthier, Constitution Committee Chairman . 

ABSENT; William Stern, Library and Curriculum Committee Chairman. 



School of Social Work Executive 

C^OCIAL work is designed primarily and directly to conserve, to protect and to im- 
vj prove human well-being. The major areas of concentration include child and 
family welfare, medical and psychiatric social work, delinquency control, recreation 
and informal education, community organization, administration and research. 

The students at the School of Social Work have their own Association which acts 
as a liaison between student and faculty, between student-body and community, as 
well as fostering greater unity among the student themselves. 

Through the Curriculum Committee the students express their views on the pres- 
ent curriculum and possible modifications. The Personnel Standards Committee 
works towards securing better conditions of employment in the field. The Wednesday 
Afternoon Lecture Series is sponsored by the Activities Committee in co-operation 
with the faculty. These lectures cover topics of broad social concern and are open to 
all. The interrelationship between social work and other fields is strengthened 
through the Public Relations Committee. For the first time the School has entered 
the intra-mural sports league with several victories to its credit. Social activities are 
by no means overlooked and many informal parties, teas, and dances were held. 

By participation in the programme of the School of Social Work — classes, field 
work and Student Association activities — students are well prepared to take their 
place in the social work profession. 4. 



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THIRD ROW: Lorna Lett, Torontonensn Kepreieiirame: barbara Bedford, First Year President. 

SECOND ROW: Elizabeth BatanofF, Social Chairman; Jeanne Cossar, Athletic Chairman; ]a.net Laughlin, 
President; Barbara Foreman, Secretary. 

FRONT ROW: Elizabeth Little, Vice-President; Barbara Hughes, S.A.C. Representative; Bernice Avis, 
Treasurer. 



Physical Therapy Undergraduate Executive 



iA/YTH the combined efforts of the students of each of the three years, we have 
y V completed another full and happy year in Physical Therapy. As in few other 
courses on the campus, we are a small enough group to allow our friendships to reach 
into all corners of each year's class. This provides a spirited atmosphere for under- 
graduate activities. 

Our social activities began on Registration Day with a freshman reception. From 
then on we tried to strike a balance between studies and extra-curricular activities. 
There were class parties, bridge and dancing, but the highlight of the year was our 
very successful, annual At-Home. 

Physical Therapy had teams participating in many intra-mural sports, such as 
swimming, tennis, basketball, volleyball and hockey. In 1948 our first athletic 
banquet was held and we hope to continue it as an annual affair. 

The new three-year combined Physio-O.T. course will begin next September. We 
wish the staff and students every success in this new enterprise and hope that the 
same spirit will prevail that we have enjoyed during our past three years. 4" 



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STUDENT GOVERNMENT 




THIRD ROW: P. A. Shea, First Year Pretident, H. A. Zcner, Social Chairman; E. A. K.uig, V^ ice-President; 

M. M. Howard, Third Year President; L. I. Beston, Treasurer; B. Brockett, Second Year President; 

J. O. Sheppard, Assistant Secretary-Treasurer. 
SECOND ROW : D. M. Hunter, Publicity Chairman; Miss H. P. Levesconte, Honorary President; P. A. Townley 

President; Miss I. Robinson, Stajf Member; R. B. Miller, Secretary. 
FRONT ROW: R. F. Comfort, S.A.C. Representative; G. M. Wylie, Athletic Chairman. 
ABSENT: W. T. Popham, Literary Society Chairman. 

Occupational Therapy Undergraduate Association 

A t the close of the 1949-50 year, the role of Occupational Therapy in numerous 
G/TLcampus activities is one of which each member of the course may be justly 
proud. 

The transformation of Occupational Therapy from almost an nonenity to a recog- 
nized campus participant is largely due to the efforts of the Undergraduate Associa- 
tion. Consisting of all students registered in Occupational Therapy at the University 
of Toronto, the Undergraduate Association holds monthly meetings. Formed over 
ten years ago, its aims are: to promote fellowship among students of all years of the 
course; to further such enterprises as might from time to time present themselves, 
making it possible for the undergraduates to enjoy university life to the full. 

The members of the graduating class, perhaps more than any others, appreciate 
the part the association has played in their university life. Graduates will long 
remember the "Freshie-Tea" which introduced them to the University; the seniors 
who helped them over the "rough spots"; the hilarious initiation; the association's 
monthly meetings — especially the supper meetings (meat pies again?); the struggle to 
make up athletic teams and the encouraging success of the basketball team this year; 
the part played in the Feather Fair; the Homecoming Week-End; and the At-Home, 
the social highlight of the year. 

For all these and many other things, the 5T0 class says "thank you" to the Execu- 
tive and to the Social and Athletic committees, and express the hope that succeeding 
students will support their association wholeheartedly and make it a force on the 
campus. 4» 

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STUDENT GOVERNMENT 




SECOND ROW: Bill Leach, President Second Year; A. A. MacKay, President First Year; June Buist, Treasurer; 
Bernard Causton, Athletic Representative; Harris McPhail. S.A.C. Representative. 

FRONT ROW: Margaret Collie, Secretary; Gordon Mitchell, President Undergrad Society; Patricia Millar, 
Vice-President Second Year; Abbie Lipson, Vice-President First Year. 



Institutional M^anagement Undergraduate Society 

rHIS year, our Undergraduate Society has stressed cooperation between First and 
Second Years. With this in mind, the social committee, ably directed by Bill 
Leach, has proved most successful. All its activities, from the big weiner roast in the 
fall to the very delightful "At Home" in the spring, have displayed exceptional 
spirit and teamwork. 

The cooperation of the two years was largely due to the First Year's President, 
"Mac" McKay. Mr. McKay also doubled as hockey coach bringing us a group 
championship. Athletics, under Bernie Causton, once more expanded and improved. 
Next year we shall expect even greater achievements. 

Pat Millar, Publicity Chairman, and Women's Association President, and the 
ever-busy Marg. Collie, Torontonensis representative, must be mentioned for their 
contributions. Unfortunately, space will not permit mentioning all those respon- 
sible for our successful year. Outside of the Undergraduate Society we must thank 
Pete Tobias and Ian MacKay for all their efforts, particularly, in the quest for our 
own year book. Bouquets must go to Jane Macauley and Bill Goodrich, of the first 
year, for all their thoughtful aid in our many functions. 

Financially, our year showed much improvement, and June Buist, our hard work- 
ing Treasurer, must be mentioned under this category. 4. 



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STUDENT GOVERNMENT 




SCHOOL OF NURSING UNDERGRADUATE ASSOCIATION 

SECOND ROW: Ann Miller, Second Year Representative; Lynn Price, First Year Representative; ]oin Walker, 
Fourth Year Representative; Elsie Wilson, Residence Convener; Ann Cowan, Athletic Convener; Irene 
McLellan, Third Year Representative. 

FRONT ROW: Mary McEwan, Social Convener; Kathleen King, Vice-President; Vivian Douglas, President; 
Beth Klein, Secretary-Treasurer . 

ABSENT: Elizabeth MoUard, Drama Convener; Helen Black, Music Convener. 




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Entertainment 



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ENTERTAINMENT 




A GROUP LISTENING TO THE DAILY RECORD HOUR OF THE CaRNEGIE ReCORD COLLECTION. 



Carnegie Record Collection 

C I HIS valuable collection of records has unfortunately not been heard in the past 
few years, owing to the lack of adequate room and facilities. However, this year 
through the kind interest of Professor Allcut, the Staff Common Room in the new 
Mechanics Building was made available and the collection has a permanent home 
once more. > 

Programmes were heard there each weekday , directed by the Curator, Bill Marwick . 
The collection of 640 records, consists of a variety of classical compositions which 
are representative rather than selective. Many of the records are now collectors' 
items, and are not available elsewhere. It is the hope of the S. A.C. Music Committee 
to gradually extend the collection to include composers who have come to the fore 
during the ten years since the collection was given to the University by the Carnegie 
Institute. It is hoped also that, in time, a library of recordings by Canadian com- 
posers may be built up. 4. 



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Lee Hepner 
Conductor 



University of Toronto Symphony Orchestra and Mixed Chorus 

(, I HE University Symphony Orchestra .-^t*T2 

X and the All-Varsity Mixed Chorus 

completed another most successful season. 

This year, they were conducted by Lee 

Hepner, who had been their assistant con- 
ductor during '48 and '49- During last 

summer, Mr. Hepner conducted the 

Edmonton Philharmonic Orchestra in its 

Pop Concert Series, and then returned to 

conduct the University Orchestra and 

Chorus in a series of ambitious works. 
The first concert was held in December, 

and the programme included the Cesar 

Franck Symphony in D Minor, three 

selections from the Damnation of Faust by 

Berlioz, and the Poloversian Dances from 

Prince Igor by Borodin. The latter work 

was presented by both the Orchestra and 

Chorus. 

Before Christmas, about forty mem- 
bers of the chorus chartered a bus, and 

visited several hospitals and homes to sing 

carols. Their performance was greatly 

appreciated and enjoyed. 

The next concert was presented in 

March, and included the major work of 

the year, the Haydn oratorio "Creation" 

parts 1 and 2. The soloists were Donna-Gail Richards, soprano; Joseph Ward, tenor; 

and James Beer, bass. The Chorus ancj orchestra were praised by critics for their 

oratorical mood and technique, and for 
their control in performing with each 
other. 

The third concert at the end of March 
brought the season to a close. It was an 
interesting and varied programme in- 
cluding The Unfinished Symphony by 
Schubert, the Egmont Overture by Bee- 
thoven, String Pieces by Healey Willan, 
and a work by a member of the orchestra, 
James Guthrow. The major work was the 
Grieg Piano Concerto in A Minor, with 
Frank Churchley as soloist. 

The University Symphony Orchestra 
and the All-Varsity Mixed Chorus were 
both formed originally at the request of 
the students. The emphasis placed upon 
both is not one of technique, but rather 
that the students may play and sing to- 
gether, and that their fellow students may 
hear them. Consequently, under Lee 
Hepner, conductor; Elmer Isler, assistant 
conductor; and Elsie Babiak, concert 
mistress, the orchestra and Chorus have 
worked diligently and well, and have 
Elmer Isler shared their own enjoyment with the 

Assistant Conductor Student audience. ^^ 




ENTERTAINMENT 





Elsie Babiak 
Concert Mistress 



Frank Churchley 
Fiano Soloist 




CHORAL SOLOISTS AND CONDUCTOR 

James Beer, Donna-Gail Richards, Joseph Ward, Lee Hepner. 



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ENTERTAINMENT 




MUSIC COMMITTEE AND ADMINISTRATIVE 
STAFF OF ORCHESTRA 

Bill Marwick, Joyce Rous, Murray Dixon, Bill Glenesk, Russell Brooks, Dick Crabbe. 
ABSENT: Nipper Benson. 



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ENTERTAINMENT 




THE GUIDING LIGHTS 

Irwin Pasternak, Ben Wise, George McGowan. 



The AH 'Varsity Revue 



PRODUCTION STAFF 



Director 

Ben Wise 



Producer 

George McGowan 



Associate Director 

Irwin Pasternak 



Music Director 

Bob Cringan 



House Manager 

Marv Lippman 



Assistant House Manager 

Eva Pearce 



Choral Director 

Ward McAdam 



Publicity 

Murray Sussman 



Make-up 

Isabel Ward 



Choreographer 
and Dance Director 

Norma-Irene Pankhurst 



Costumes 

Joan Crysdale 

Associate Dance Director 

Herb Wedderburn 



Programmes 

John Leishnian, Bill Dawson 



Chairman, All-Varsity Revue Committee 

Nipper Benson 



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"D.T." number from the show was an 
interpretation of a drunk being molested by 
pink elephants, dragons; pictured here, 
Donnie PafF, one of the mice. 



ENTERTAINMENT 

THE ALL- VARSITY REVUE of 1950, 
perhaps the greatest production of 
the University of Toronto, catered to a 
more varied audience than has been the 
practice in previous years. Ben Wise, 
Director, and George McGowan, Pro- 
ducer, aided by Associate Director, Irwin 
Pasternak, scouted other campus shows 
with this in mind. 

Ward McAdam and Jim Guthro are to 
be congratulated on the success of the 
"Hart House Towers" selection. Judy 
Godfrey's "Lookin' For a Man" went 
over in a big way, as did John North- 
more's Chicken Song, "They're Layin' 
Eggs Now!". "I Could Write a Book," 
a satire on modern novel-writing was, 
thanks to George McGowan, a high point 
in humour. In this same category were 

Space Staggers Back " and the 
"Policemen Skit". 



Ted Snider and Jack Northmore handled Mel Hamill's "Toronto Subway Song" 
expertly. Bouquets, too, to the girls of the kick line who thrilled their audience 
with "Keep It On Ice". An unusual musical treat was the quintet, the Clef Tones. 
In a different category were the Jones Boys, whose "Tennessee Waltz" was almost as 
hilarious as their "Cigareets and Whuskey". 

The orchestra-leader, Bob Cringan, the stage-crew, under Bill Kirby and Ted 
Whiteside, and the costume designer, Joan Crysdale, all deserve congratulations. 
Miss Nipper Benson, as chairman, kept the A-V-R Committee on the move, and the 
innovation of a ticket-exchange system, resulted in a great increase of efficiency. All 
who took part in producing this great show will have satisfying memories of gay 
times and unchallenged success. 4 



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without a chorus line. 






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ENTERTAINMENT 




"Crime Doesn't Pay But The Hours Are 
Good"; Bernie Persiko, Art Klarman, Jack 
Robson, Blandford Kay, Mary Kerr. 




Gals from the A-V-R Kick-Line 
in the "Keep it on Ice" number, 
under the direction of Norma 
Pankhurst. 

Gloria Dow, Libby King, Marge 
McLain, Helen Wilson. 



Behind the curtain with the stage crew. 




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ENTERTAINMENT 



Three of the teddy bears from the "Tedd) 
Bears' Picnic" number in the A-V-R. 

Barbara Cornes, Eleanor Hyndford, Cath\ 
Haddow . 



The Clef-Tones: Margo Mac- 
Kinnon, Liz Lane, ClifF Braggins, 
George Tovell, Johnnie Lewis. 





One of the many skits in the show was the 
"Student Prince" and these four niake up 
part of the "Drinking Song" from this 
musical skit. 

Rachael McKay, Joan Martin, Hartley 
Robins, Debbie Turnbull. 



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CRIME AND PUNISHMENT 



Hart House Theatre 

Q» ACH season Hart House Theatre presents four productions with casts chosen 
^^ from all the colleges and faculties on the campus. Each production runs for seven 
performances. The October production was the Rodney Ackland dramatization of 
Dostoievsky's famous novel, CRIME AND PUNISHMENT. In November the 
presentation was the prize-winning Canadian play, FORTUNE MY FOE, by Robert- 
son Davies. The third production, in January was Ferenc Molnar's comedy of bad 
manners, THE GUARDSMAN, and for the annual Shakespearean production in 
February, the classic tragedy OTHELLO. 




FORTUNE MY FOE 



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ENTERTAINMENT 




THE GUARDSMAN 

Hart House Theatre has proved itself a most valuable part of the life of the 
University. It is providing an opportunity for the undergraduates of the University 
and the Toronto public to see plays of high quality and interest. Over seventy-five 
students took part in the productions under the direction of Theatre Director Robert 
Gill. 

Besides the Hart House Theatre series, productions are presented in the theatre by 
seventeen producing groups on the campus. During the University term the theatre 
is in constant use.4- 




OTHELLO 



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ENTERTAINMENT 




MARCH PAST AT ONE OF THE RUGBY GAMES. 



U* of T. Pipe Band 



(j I HE University of Toronto Pipe Band began back in the w,ar years, when the 
-L C.O.T.C. was on a compulsory basis for all male students, and a band was 
needed for the second battalion, the C.O.T.C. Pipe Band was born. Although the 
repertoire was only three tunes, the band was appreciated and it was felt that there 
would be a place for it on the campus. Not until the fall of 1947 did the band become 
organized after a lapse of several years. With the help of the C.O.T.C. and Major 
Logan, the pipe band was started, with the 48th Highlanders lending the kilts and 
some of the equipment. 

Last year and again this season, the band met 
with terrific enthusiasm. The stirring lilt of the 
pipes added colour to the rugby games, "Pep 
Rallies", Homecoming Weekend, "Feather Fair" 
and, in the winter months, to the C.O.T.C. Ball, 
and Athletic Nights. A sombre note was added on 
Armistice Day when the band took part in the 
campus service. Not until January 1949 did the 
pipe band become a co-ed organization, when six 
girls formed the first dancing class, putting on a 
show as an Athletic Night attraction that 
winter. This year the girls have danced at most 
performances as well as at parties. At the present 
time, the future of the band is none too bright, as 
the uniforms on loan from the 48th Highlanders 
must be returned. The Students' Administrative 
Council is dubious as to what support, beyond 
the band's yearly needs, it can undertake. Come 
what may, fire, flood, or civil war, the University 
of Toronto Pipe Band will continue. 4- 




MARY NOAD SHOWING BOB 
NOONAN HOW IT'S DONE; 
PIPER IS AL WESTLAND. 



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ENTERTAINMENT 




SECOND ROW : Roy Little, Publicity Director; Evelyn Graham, Secretary-Treasurer; W. F. Campbell, President; 
Rai Direnfeld, Membership Convener; Ken MacKenzie, Technical Director. 

FRONT ROW: Lloyd Graham, Production Director; Graeme Ferguson, Programme Director; Earnest Schofield, 
Kesearch Director. 

ABSENT: Dorothy Boulton, Assistant Programme Director. 



U. of T. Film Society 

C I HE University of Toronto Film Society has completed its third and most success- 
■^ ful year to date. The members, numbering nearly 450, formed enthusiastic 
audiences for Sunday afternoon showings in the Museum Theatre of international 
film classics of past and present. This membership represented students and staff of 
all faculties and colleges in the University. Programme notes prepared by the Re- 
search Director provided useful background information on the films shown. 

Members interested in broadening their knowledge of film-art had the opportun- 
ity during the year of actually producing two motion-pictures of the documentary 
type. One film was a sociological study of the effect upon an average Japanese- 
Canadian family of the experience of wartime evacuation from the Pacific coast. The 
second film dealt with preventive dentistry for children, and was made with the 
advice and assistance of members of the Faculty of Dentistry. Increased student 
interest predicts expanded activities next year.4< 



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ENTERTAINMENT 



UNIVERSITY OF TORONTO DRAMA COMMITTEE 

Prosramme 1949-50 



Bill of November 1st 

EROS AT BREAKFAST 
by Robert Davies 
Trinity College 

THE LOVE OF ANNUNZIATA 
by Pietro di Donato 
University College 

SUNDAY COSTS FIVE PESOS 
by Josephine Niggli 
St. Michael's College 



Bill of February 14th 

MR. TWEMLOW IS NOT HIMSELF 
by Philip Johnson 
Victoria College 

MICHAEL 

by Miles Malleson 
Trinity College 

HEAVEN ON EARTH 
by Philip Johnson 
St. Michael's College 



Drama Weekend, January 14th 



GAMMER GURTON'S NEEDLE 
by C. C. Clements 
Victoria College 

THE BATHROOM DOOR 

by Gertrude E. Jennings 
Nursing and Wycliffe 

PRESS CUTTINGS 
by G. Bernard Shaw 
University College 



TIDINGS BROUGHT TO MARY 
by Paul Claudel 

St. Michael's College 

THE FLATTERING WORD 
by George Kelly 
Victoria College 

THE MAKER OF DREAMS 
by Oliphant Down 
University College 



Approximate Total Participation — 150 
Approximate Total Audience — 1200 

The U.T.D.C. is a committee made up of representatives from the various dramatic societies on the 
campus for the purpose of correlating the dramatic activities in the University. 

Through this organization the college societies are able to present one-act productions on the 
Hart House Theatre stage, and to benefit from private discussion groups after the performance with a 
view to raising the standard of their work. The U.T.D.C. programme provides an opportunity for 
experimental work by student actors and directors. 

A new function of the committee this year is to act as a liaison between Hart House Theatre and 
the college groups. 

Executive Representatives 

Staff Advisor Mr. Robert Gill Richard Butterfield Conrad Lauber 

Chairman David Gardner Don Davis Audrie Lowrie 

Vice-Chairman Edward Follows John Finlay Elizabeth Mollard 

Secretary Robin Taylor Barbara Wills 

Treasurer Clarine Jackman 



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SECOND ROW: Doug Thomas, John Bahen, Dave Hughson, Doug Keen, Terry Doran, Paul Break, John 
Dugan, John Armour. 

FRONT ROW: Linda Burress, Joe Prendergast, Ruth Manning, Bill Turner, Chairman; Ruth Linell, Ralph 
Barford, Barney Warren. 



The Blue and. ^\ute Society 



Did you ever think, as the crowd rolls by, 
The cause that puts the glint in their eye? 

\j y HESE famous fifteen fugitives from all ends of the campus are the guilty parties. 
The results? — Pep Rallies, Street Dances, Snake Dances, Float Parades, Placard 
Displays, Roam-Around Dances, Mid-Game festivities. Blue and White Show, 
Post-Hockey dances, Silver Skate Awards, and anything else of a social nature that 
embraces one or more colleges or faculties. Under their leadership we all "Followed 
the Blues". 4- 



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University College Social Activities 

T TNIVERSITY college has this year experienced perhaps the fullest social 
!->' programme in the College's history, many of the innovations being made to 
interest all U.C. groups. 

To begin the year, a very successful Freshman Weekend was held under the care- 
ful planning of Publicity Directors Bill Francis and Cythia Dean. Out of town 

students lived at Holwood 

while Toronto students 

^^^^^^^^^^ i^^^^H m.>w^^^ joined in the day's activi- 

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H^^^V^^^H^Pf " ^^ ^ '"^^^H eluded a rousing sing-song 

and spirited introduction to 
College tradition, and was 
culminated by a fiendish 
display of sophomore in- 
genuity in an initiation 
ceremony in Holwood's 
attic, which even included 
a 12 volt electric chair! 
On the following evening 
Whitney Hall freshies were 
invited guests, while Victoria (whose visit was later returned) added to the general 
confusion. A Frosh-Freshie Barn Dance in West Hall completed the weekend's 
welcome, where a cow-milking contest was held, and Miss Freshie and Mr. 
Freshman were chosen. 

The Soph-Frosh Banquet, an unqualified 
success this year, was held in the Royal 
York. Barb Davidson and Jon Christensen 
were hosts and revived the institution of 
passing the torch of the sophomores to 
first year presidents Joanne Ratz and Lyall 
Moran; dancing after the banquet com- 
pleted the Freshman's introduction to 
U.C.4 




Joanne Ratz and Lyall 
Moran, new First Year 
Presidents 




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ENTERTAINMENT 




Sylvia anij Bill ai W hi inly Hall 

CTHE U.C. Follies Revue of 1949 was the 
-L longest on record, over an hour and a half. 
Social Directors, Jane Young and John Bull, co- 
directed the show, and were well supported by an 
energetic cast and by the Publicity Directors, 
whose efforts in securing the Skule Cannon to 
announce ticket sales added in no small measure 
to the function's general spirit. The Revue made 
a commendable attempt at ballet with the unus- 
ual Aztec Number and the Starlight Expression 
Concerto; the show was dominated by an abun- 
dance of artistic sets and quantity of original 
music. United Fishes sang a Gilbert and Sullivan 
take-off from the waters of Lake Success, and Ted 
Follows asked the musical question "What was 
wrong with vaudeville?" Such songs as "We're 
All For U.C." and "Late Autumn" will be re- 
membered, as will the inimitable Kopek and 
Inspectre McAbre, U.C. ghosts who returned for 
the centennial celebration. 4* 



The Follies is an institution. 




Ted and Janice on their 

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ENTERTAINMENT 




(7| HE Christmas Party and Red and 
White nights, held as usual in the 
Women's Union, were enjoyed by many 
College Students. At the Red and White 
nights Zi Murray and Jack Novitsky 
encouraged unprecedented attendance by 
book-weary scholars, who welcome these 
functions to play cards, to enjoy refresh- 
ments and entertainment, or to dance with 
that cute blonde or football hero they 
have been dying to meet all term. 

The most startling success of the 
College social season, the Centennial Arts 
Ball, this year was held in East and West 
Halls. Dress was semi-formal, and stu- 
dents were amazed to dance on the 
"dreamy" Library floor, encircled by 
colourful lights and amateur conceptions 
of abstraction, surrealism and cubism. 
Dreary West Hall was adorned with sarcastically created emblematic shields of 
University courses, such as a psychologist practising his science on an ego- 
complex French poodle stretched on a couch. The J.C.R. and Croft House provided 
sitting-out comfort, and the floor show 
included a toast to the U.C. Lit and 
witticisms by Jack Hulme. Jr 

The Grad Banquet and Election Night 
completed U.C.'s social activities for the 
year, and University College may well 
boast that its Centennial Year gave com- 
plete social satisfaction to every student's 
desire. 4 




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SECOND ROW: Darline Waugh, Social Directress; je^n McLean, Treasurer; Audrey Feasel, Publicity Manager; 
Norajones, Secretary . 

FRONT ROW: Ward McAdam, First Vice-President; Marion Shaw, Third Vice-President; Bruce Duncan, 
President; Art Lewis, Second Vice-President. 



University College Music Cluh 

THE U.C. Music Club, although only in its second year of existence, has brought 
itself to the attention of all faculties through its achievements last year and this . 
The main event of 1949-50, Victor Herbert's operetta "The Red Mill" attracted the 
majority of members, who wished to offer their talents for choral singing, acting, 
stage and costume design, stage crew, make-up, lighting, and all the thousand and 
one jobs that make a successful production possible. Hart House Theatre, on the 
evenings of December 5, 6, 7, was the scene of the performance, which was highly 
praised by both campus and city critics. 

Besides the Operetta, the Music Club was active in respect to its Record Hour, 
held Friday afternoons in the Women's Union. Here programmes of the music of 
Bach, Mozart, Verdi, Beethoven, were presented, with a commentary by interested 
students. The members of the club who attend the Conservatory prepared a concert 
for one of these Friday afternoons. 

The U.C. Singers presented their usual Christmas Musicale, complete with at- 
mosphere, and supplied the choral background for the tableaux at the Dean's 
Christmas Party. In addition, a second musicale was planned to complete the year's 
programme. 

The success of the Music Club's activities in all fields, especially in connection 
with the operetta, has definitely made it one of the most popular clubs on the cam- 
pus. The 1949-50 executive passes on its achievements and a challenge to the club 
next year. Keep up the good work .'4 



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THIRD ROW : Michael Davis, Stage Matiaier; Pat Orange, Social Directress; Prof. 

Grant, Faculty Adviser: Maurine Irvine, Costumes; Bob Osborne, Publicity. 
SECOND ROW: Jane Hamilton, Secretary; Don Davis, President; Isabel Ward, First 

Vice-President; Ted Follows, Second Vice-President; Alena Codv-Williams, 

Treasurer. 
FRONT ROW: Daug Barnett, Assistant Stage Manager. 



University College Players^ Guild 

|HE U.C. Players' Guild presented several successful one-act plays this year. The 
-*- only drama club on the campus with its own stage, the Guild offered eight one- 
act plays at the Women's Union in the first term, and seven in the last term. The 
Guild played host to the Drama clubs of the other Art colleges. The Players' Guild 
presented one play on a bill given in arena style at St. Michael's College. In addition 
it contributed one play to each of the U. of T. Drama Committee's four Hart House 
programmes. 

The Womens' Union plays ranged in content from Eugene O'Neill's tragic drama 
"Where The Cross Is Made", to the gay fantasy, "Maker of Dreams", by Oliphant 
Downs. For the second successive year a Robertson Da vies play was presented, the 
choice this year being "Voice of the People". 

In February, Hugh Shaw's "Money For Jam ", and Ken Jarvis' "It's No Trouble", 
first and second prize winners of the Robin Godfrey Award, were presented. The 
first bill of the year had another undergraduate written play, "Louise " by Bruce 
Evoy. 



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ENTERTAINMENT 



This year saw the innovation of 
Theatre Night. It was given over to 
four artists' recordings of Hamlet's 
soliloquy, "Oh What A Rogue and 
Peasant Slave". Professor Grant of 
the English Department discussed the 
interpretations. Brian Doherty was 
guest speaker. This playwright and 
Canadian producer for such people as 
John Gielgud, Flora Robson and the 
Dublin Gate Players, led a discussion 
on the state of the Canadian theatre. 

Most important event of the year 
was the inauguration of an award by 
Professor Mc Andrews, registrar of 
U.C. This award will be given yearly 
to the member of the Guild, exclusive 
of the executive, who has contributed 
the most to Guild activities. 4 




Patty Scott, as Pierrette, and John Pampson as the 
"Maker of Dreams", listen to Pierrot played by Christ- 
opher Taylor on the fantasy, 'Maker of Dreams"; 
directed by Ron Grant. 




Niaomi Strauss, playing the militant anti-surtfragette, 
leader Mrs. Banger, holds Ron Grant, as General 
Mitchiner, at bay in the Al Shaw directed "Press 
Cuttings" of G. B. Shaw. 




Sheila Craig designed and built the sets as well as directing Robertson Davies' \ uill- 
of the People" in which Bob Osborne played Sharty, the know-it-all barber and John 
Howe was the electrician, Sam. 



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ENTERTAINMENT 




StCOND ROW: Don Newman, Business Manager; Don Levitt, Publicity Director; Shirley Tyte, 
Secretary; Shirley Brown, Social Directress; ]ohn Harvey, Social Director. 

FRONT ROW: Bert Sutcliffe, President; Margaret Carmichael, Second Vice-President; ]\xne Louch, 
Associate President; Bob Edmonds, First Vice-President. 



Victoria College Music Cluh 

IN 50 years Vic Music Club members will look back on 1950 and experience a feel- 
ing of nostalgia for the "good old days" . Many things will come to their minds : 
that never-to-be-forgotten week in February when they were transformed into 
wedding-eager bridesmaids, busy village maidens, dashing gay blades and haunting 
spectres to put on "Ruddigore' ' in Hart House Theatre; the mad rush of stage, make- 
up and costume crews to get every detail perfected before the curtain rose; the raid on 
the punch-bowl at intermission; the harrowing but happy hours spent under the 
direction of Godfrey Ridout and Geoffrey Hatton; the successful Glee Club produc- 
tion held in the Museum Theatre under the able baton of Elmer Iseler; the thrill of 
ending on key when singing "a capello"; the exchange trip to McMaster; the gala 
at-home that caused such a flurry. All these things will have a place in their memor- 
ies but the greatest bond of all is that of the friends we have made and the comrade- 
ship of fellow music lovers. 4- 



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ENTERTAINMENT 




VICTORIA COLLEGE SOCIAL COMMITTEE 

SECOND ROW: Rob Carruthers, Treasurer; Lu Hammond, 5T1 Representative; John Latimer, 

5T3 Representative. 
FRONT ROW: George Slater, Assistant Social Director; ]zck Birkenshaw, Social Director; Marge 

Mills, Social Directress; Lois Sutherland, Assistant Social Directress. 
ABSENT: Rog. Truemner, 5T0 Representative; Anne 'Wzrd, 5T2 Representative. 

Victoria College Dramatic Society 

C/O quote Mr. Robert Gill, director of Hart House Theatre, "The Vic Club was 
X hot this year". 

The executive planned a very full programme this year in order to fulfill the aim 
that every member should participate in that aspect of the club's activities in which 
he is most interested. A monthly letter and a new bulletin board kept the 110 
members informed about activities. At the Wymilwood monthly meetings, members 
heard such speakers as Professor Northrop Frye, whose talk was on "Comedy 
Formulas"; participated in a debate on "Whether Drama was the most beneficial 
extra-curricular activity"; saw a demonstration in make-up; watched a movie "As 
The Twig is Bent" and listened to famous dramatic recordings. A gala party-meeting 
in Febraury concluded the year's social activities. 

For students interested in directing there was a series of lectures presented by the 
director of Hart House Theatre, as well as the practical experience in the eight one-act 
plays. These one-act plays were produced in visits with three other college groups 
or one-act bills sponsored by the U. of T. Drama Committee or for the monthly 
meetings. In addition, twenty-one of the members took part in Robert Gill's Hart 
House Productions. 

The highlight of the year was Arthur Miller's "All My Sons" in November. 
Directed by the brilliant Varsity graduate, Henry Kaplan, the production surpassed 
all expectations. Besides the cast and director, busy crews of stage hands, costumers 
and usherettes helped make "All My Sons" the success it was, a climax to a year of 
which the Society is very proud. 4. 



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ENTERTAINMENT 




SECOND ROW; I. Outerbridge, J. Devereux,]. Patterson, P. Sturdy. 
FRONT ROW: N. Bell, C. Green, Director;]. Lowery, K. Prittie. 



Victoria College "Bob" 

OEVENTY-SEVEN years ago, Bob Beare, the janitor at Victoria started a tradi- 
^ tion with snow apples and violin music. The Bob was, and is, as the preamble to 
the constitution states, "That most characteristic and peculiar of functions, which 
has for its purpose the initiation of the members of the First Year and expression of 
that feeling of friendly antagonism universally existing between the First and Second 
Years". 

During the passing years, the Bob had evolved into a "production" similar to 
other campus shows, thus tending to diminish its original form — "men only". But 
this year, in order to include all members of the First and Second Years, the Bob was 
held on the same evening as the Women's Mock Court, with both parties joining for 
a follow-up dance after their respective activities were completed. 

This year also saw the innovation of the "Big Apple Battle" designed, most 
successfully, to "express that feeling of friendly antagonism". And so, with the 
presentation of the traditional Bob cane to the Director and the annual anniversary of 
"that memorable night in November 1872", was commemorated the Vic Bob 
"49"; to be forgotten 'til next year. 4 



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ENTERTAINMENT 




ST. MICHAEL'S COLLEGE MUSIC AND DRAMA CLUB 

G. Tetzel, M. Mulvihill, W. Murphy, R. Brown, President; B. MacDonald, Secretary: H. Armesto, 
P. Peckham, Treasurer. 



Here It Is — The Picture You've Been Waiting For 




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ENTERTAINMENT 




SECOND ROW: A. J. P. LaPraine, J. J. Bngham, A. H. Jackson, J. A, Couse, H. B. Davis, R. L. Allen, 

J. E. Moran, E. J. Watkins, W. G. Grierson, W. M. Smale. 
FRONT ROW; R. I. Moore, J. W. D. Berry, W. A. Firstbrook, W. C. Diakow, B. A. Warren, R. Barki. 
ABSENT: W. M. Burke, S. Hegion. 



S*PS* Grad* Ball Committee 

C I AKE 900 disguised engineers and architects, soon to graduate, an equal number 
-L of lovely ladies, and pour into the Royal York, each in formal dress. 

To the ladies, add to each one miniature slide rule, emblazoned 5T0; to the men, 
add to each one white carnation. 

Take a four course roast chicken dinner for each above, and serve in an atmosphere 
of candlelight and wine. 

Season with good humour from the speakers, and with good fellowship from the 
others at the table. 

Mix gently — at varying tempos — to music provided by Mart Kenney and Boyd 
Valleau. Warm to the lyrics of Norma Locke and Shirley Harmer. Garnish gener- 
ously with harmony from the Golden Gate Quartet. Sprinkle with the wit of Larry 
Foster and Doug Romaine. 

Add spirit in 1}^ oz. allotments. Obtainable at either bar. 

Allow the above to simmer for about seven hours on the Convention Floor. 

Remove — and allow to cool slowly for a period of several hours over a dispersed 
area. After cooling, allow the company to wend their various ways homeward, 
tired and happy. At appropriate time, serve one or more bromos each. 

The Grad Ball, Class of 5T0 Engineers and Architects is then ready for the scrap- 
book and fond memories; assuredly the highlight of the social functions of the class 
throughout its life on the campus. 4. 



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ENTERTAINMENT 



SCHOOL-AT-HOME COMMITTEE 

B. W. Sixt, J. M. Armour, R. Y. Pogont- 
cheff, J. A. Couse, H. R. Pickford, W. I. M. 
Turner, J. O. Torrens, W. E. Rovds, 
R. S. Scroggins, B. A. Warren. 

ABSENT: G. Petherick, J. H. Innes, 
W. W. Walker. 





SCHOOL DINNER COMMITTEE 

A. A. Walter, D. G. Wells, E.J. Anderson, 
E. D. Fedrvk, ]. C. Edgar, ]. A. Couse, 
D. R. Sherk, J. M. Armour, B. A. Warren. 

ABSENT: R. G. Oxland, W. W. Walker. 



SKULE-NITE COMMITTEE 

SECOND ROW : M. A. Couse, H. B. Davis, 
A.J. P. LaPrairie.J. E. Moran. 

FIRST ROW: B.G.C. Hooper, J. AS. Couse, 
J. L. Pulford, H. W. Blakley. 

ABSENT: R. Smith, W. W. Walker. 




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ENTERTAINMENT 




Daffydil 



1. Smashing opening to a great show! "Oh 
Daffydil, our w^onder pill, our 
therapeutical show ' ' 

2. Where w^ould one expect to find Lady 
GoDivA? — At Daffydil, of course. 

3. Make-up artists at work in the rehears- 
al HALL, Hart House Theatre. 

4. Final year's traditional privilege- 
taking off the staff. 

5. . . . And the Medette chorus . . trim, 
precise . . . IT'S DAFFYDIL. 



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ENTERTAINMENT 




Skule Nile 



1. "Tropical Madness" in the Jungle 

Scene. 

2. THIS MACHINE DISTILLED SkULE SpIRIT. 

3- Broken DooN. 

4. "After Dark" with the three Gentle- 
men. 

Brent RowE, Cal Wilson, Bert Eethune. 

5. .00345 PER man — they're Skule Gals. 



ENTERTAINMENT 



Health's 
A'Poppin' 




TOYLAND 



LoCKER-ROOM SKIT, FEATURING THE FIRST YEAR G1RU>. 



ENTERTAINMENT 



Dentantics 



DEC. 9th and 10th, 1949 
HART HOUSE 





Trinity College 




Publications 



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The Varsity 




1. A group of the editors decide to run a story on the 
addition to Varsity stadium. Jack Gray, (with beard), news 
editor, is seen here talking things over with editor-in-chief, 
Stan Filmore, women's editor, Joan Eddis and science 
editor, Joe Harrison. 

2. Sport's editors John Kennedy and Bill Ross discuss the 
plans with Athletic director, Warren Stevens, centre. 

3. Reporter Jim Simpson signs assignment book to cover 
the news end of the story. Assistant News editor, Jim 
Knight supplies the necessary persuasion. 



4. Past stories on the stadium are combed for interestin 
facts by Feature Editor, Herb Wood. 

5. Assistant Photo Editor, Walt MacKenzie, photo 
graphs reporter Simpson as he talks with the foreman at th 
scene of construction. 

6. Make-up by Rich. Clee and Ian Montagnes is super 
vised by makeup editor Frank Moritsugu, right. 

7. Sports column on the subject is prepared by columnis 
Bob Dnieper much to the amusement of Women's Sport 
Editor Betty Aston. 



PUBLICATIONS 



1949 ' 1950 










14 

A number of Varsity members work desperately to get 
material ready to put on the bus which takes it to 
awa where the paper is printed. 
At Oshawa the linotype operator goes to work on the 

Heads are set by this machine. 

The compositor sets up the type in the form. 

Proofs are taken from the form and checked for errors. 

After all mistakes have been corrected, the mat is 

;d. i.e. the impression of the form is made on a card- 

"d like substance. 



15 lb 

14. The mat is sent down-stairs where it is curled in the 
form of a cylinder and put in a machine which pours molted 
lead inside it. When this casting, or stereotype as it is 
called, has set it is very similar to the form except that it is 
cylindrical instead of flat. 

15- Any rough projections on the stereotype are trimmed 
off. 

16. The stereotypes are put on the rotary press, the starting 
button is pressed, and the stadium story is on its way to the 
U. of T. campus. 



PUBLICATIONS 




A FEW OF THE MANY WHO HELPED 

TOP ROW: Bill Raymond, Editor-tn-Chief; Muriel Melville, Margaret Cole, Associate Editors. 
BOTTOM ROW : Joan Wilkinson, Diana Cook, Associate Editors; Peter Wade, Staff Photographer. 



Torontonensis 



A word of thanks to all you who have helped with Torontonensis 1950 and more especially to those 
■*- -^ who spent many long hours editing and proof-reading copy, laying out and pasting up pages 
and many other jobs that go into preparing a yearbook. It has been a lot of hard work but I think 
you will agree that it has been fun. It is due entirely to your efforts that there has been a yearbook 
at all. Many thanks also to Alger Press for their whole-hearted co-operation and assistance. 

Although most of the staff were new to Torontonensis this year, they have done a grand job. Much 
of the work came at the worst time of the year — just before exams — yet they were always ready to 
pitch in and help. To them all, then, go heartfelt thanks and the very best wishes for success and 
happiness in the years to come.^* 



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PUBLICATIONS 





W. T. Easterbrook H. A. Innis 

Editorial Consultants 




R. A. Barr 

Business Manager 




A. J. Ferri 
Circulation Manager 



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Oloiitm^rc^ 



llouritHl 



(Sfebruarg 1950 




R. B. LoRiE 
Business Associate 




J. H. Male 
Circulation Associate 




W. E. ToYNE 

Advertising Manager 




B. E. Carroll 

Managing Editor 




C. J. McCoMBE 

Advertising Associate 






B. H. Weppler 



D. D. Donaldso.v 
Editorial Board 



W. G. Huxtable 



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PUBLICATIONS 




SECOND ROW: Roddy Roger, Pat Watson. 

FRONT ROW: Barbara Bambridge, Dick Tait, Joanne Stoddart. 



The Undergrad 



C I HIS year, due to cuts in the budget, it was decided to publish only two issues of 
the "Undergrad", the literary magazine of University College. However, these 
two issues, which appeared early in December and March, were to contain material of 
a specifically literary nature only. College current events, etc., were felt to obtain 
adequate coverage from "The Varsity" . Generally speaking, the year has been a 
successful one; the creative literary activity of the College has been vigorous and the 
widespread interest among first and second year students promises its continuance. 

The editorial staff was: Editor-in-Chief: R. M. Tait; Literary Editor: K. P. Watson; 
Art Editor: Patricia Scott; Associate Editors: Joanne Stoddart and Peter Oliphant; 
Business Manager: R. A.J. Roger; Production Manager: Barbara Bambridge.*^ 



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PUBLICATIONS 




THIRD ROW: David Sutherland, Geoffrey Pearson, Hugh McCallum, Charles Salter, Robert 

Johnston, Business Manager; Andy Watson. 
SECOND ROW: Gerri Oakley, An Editor; Tom Crerar, Associate Editor; Nancy Sootheran, 

Managing Editor; Ronald Bryden, Edttor-in-Chtef; Mr. M. T. Wilson, Staff Advisor; Ann 

Carson, Associate Editor; Victor Seabrook, Advertising Manager. 
FRONT ROW: Helen Dixon, Elspeth Lowden, Pauline Smith, Phyllis Grose, Nancy Lightbourn. 



Trinity University Review 

7N spite of the departure of most of the bright lights which enlivened Review 
Board meetings in past years, and the general apathy of the undergraduate body to 
all literature except Pogo, The Review managed to produce five literary issues of, if 
not historic, remarkably even quality. If any literary trends were visible, they 
seemed to be away from fiction in prose and from punctuation in poetry. The Kevieiv, 
with its traditional policy of unenlightened benevolence, took and was grateful for 
whatever it received, and only sporadically made any attempt to understand Trinity's 
avant garde. 

For its own part, it made the most of possessing an able art editor and active art 
staff to illustrate its pages profusely, with fine disregard of the Business Manager's 
budget and ulcers. It also managed to resist the apparent campus trend of literary 
magazines to run gossip corners, sports columns, and personal humour, and con- 
tinued to lay its pages open to the inevitably small number of students who wished 
to write creatively. Sports column addicts were catered for in the summer issues of 
1949 and 1950, both, for reasons of higher strategy, included in the current volume; 
these issues took the form of college yearbooks, and attempted to report to posterity 
on singular features of the year. 4 



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PUBLICATIONS 




SECOND ROW: P. J. Chmara, Sports Assistant; J. D. Kendall, Photo Editor; N. A. Forbes, News 

Editor. 
FRONT ROW: E. H. Benstein, Sports Editor; Miss H. I. Grover, Assistant Editor; ]. J. Brigham, 

Editor; B. C. Stonehill, Science Editor; B. A. Warren, Assistant News Editor. 
ABSENT: R.J. Fingnapple, A.M. andD. Editor. 



Toike Oike 



C TILL appearing as a four page tabloid "every now and then", Toike Oike managed 
^ to survive through eight issues on a very limited budget. The scarcity of issues 
and the unpredictable material meant that the publication dates had to be carefully 
synchronized with outstanding events of the year. 

As well as keeping the Schoolmen informed of coming events around the faculty, 
Toike Oike continued its policy of trying to be humorous. Judging by the occasional 
"yuk yuk" heard in the common room, it was sometimes successful. 

In its forty-odd (some odder than others) years of existence, Toike Oike has 
changed often in appearance and subject matter, reflecting the changing times and 
personnel, but has rarely failed to attract readers. With luck and the continued 
financial aid of the Engineering Society, the two battered typewriters may spell out 
another forty years of Skule's history. 4 



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PUBLICATIONS 




SECOND ROW: K. C. Swance, Asststanr News Editor; B. A. Warren, Director Publicity and Publi- 
cations: D. L. King, News Editor. 

FRONT ROW: E. H. Benstein, Sports Editor; Miss M.J. Phillips, Assistant Editor; D. R. Sherk, 
Edi'or-in-Chief;T). GifFin, Photo Editor. 

ABSENT: W. J. Cooper, Business Manager; A. Heisey, Assistant Business Manager; G. Raymond, 
Sports Writer. 



Transactions and Year Book 



A GAIN in 1950 as in past years, plans were made to produce a record of Skule's 
G^j-successes and disasters — to cost its readers nothing. The fancy financing re- 
quired for a 160-page publication of this nature was to be handled by a subsidy from 
the Engineering Society and by a stepped-up advertising drive. 

The theme for 1950 was change; change to an edition much larger in size; change 
in content layout, in style of type, in cover design. Coupled with this urge towards 
new and better things, was the perhaps wishful intent to publish Transactions before 
end-of-term, a feat, unattained for some years. 

An interesting feature is that the editorial staff was composed of Engineers evenly 
spread from 5T0 to 5T3, — a fact which in the future will overcome one of the great 
bugbears: usually most of the staff graduates, leaving in the fall an assortment of 
clueless hopefuls, as far as the year book is concerned. 

In producing Transactions, 1950, we on its staff hope that we have answered a 
need. It's been a little rough on the odd lab report, but it's been fun. 

To those of you who helped us in so many ways — by going out after advertising, 
by being on time for your class picture, by writing that team report — a salute from 
the Cannon, a big "Toike Oike", and "Thanks a million!"^ 



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PUBLICATIONS 



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"V? 



f «»>■ i«^ * 




THE MEDICAL REFLEX 

SECOND ROW: Jim Moffat, Errie Thompson, John MacDonald, Business Manager; Dick Wilson, John Sullivan, 

Managing Editor; Geno DiVirgilio, Jim McKee. 
FRONT ROW: Peg Devvan, News Editor; Doug Yates, Editor; Joan Salter. 




THE MEDICAL JOURNAL 

TOP ROW: G. L. Ralph, Editor-in-Chief; D. C. Harrison, Associate Editor; D. E. Yates, R. L. Smith, D. J. Lewis, 

T. A. McLennan, Assistant Editors; R, M. Hines, Managing Editor. 
SECOND ROW: L A. Mitchell, S. L. Wax, W. G. D. Cook, Miss J. H. Griffin, W. J. Kokeny, Editorial Assistants; 

M. L. A. Auerback, Features Editor, W. E. Sullivan. 
THIRD ROW: R. G. Leckey, Circulation Manager; A. Lowden, W. N. Clark, D. E. Boyarchuk, Miss M. Sada, 

B. Berman, Advertising Manager; D. I. Gove. 



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SECOND ROW: James Sim, John McLean. 

FRONT ROW: Alan Atkins, Ewart Jones, Editor; Joan Ehnes. 



Hya Yaka 



C I HE 1950 edition of the official publication of the Faculty of Dentistry marks the 
-^ forty-sixth year of continuous publication. The current edition bears the form 
of the "new look", set three years ago when the magazine was converted to its larger 
size. 

The pendulum of student interest in its magazine has swung back from the period 
of apathy toward the present more favourable interest. The result of revived student 
interest has been greater student contribution, a fact which gives the editor much 
pleasure. 

The current graduating class is of a number unequalled since the post-war class of 
1923, and although it has meant an increase in the effort necessary to produce Hya 
Yaka, it has also provided us with a more varied source of material. 

The editor wishes to thank the members of his staff and the many student con- 
tributors who made the magazine possible, and a congratulatory hope for success to 
the "Horde of '50". 4 



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ACTA VICTORIANA 

SECOND ROW: Pete Sturdy, John Watson, Dick Bowlef, Peter Grant, Don Gibson, Jim 

Dickinson, Don Urquhart. 
FRONT ROW: Norm Bell, Kathlyn Smith, Harry Green, Editor-in-Chtef; Professor ^H. N. Frye, 

Hope Arnott, Tom Delworth. 
ABSENT: Catharine Card, Sylvia Moss, Alison Jeffries, James Service, Don Armstrong. 




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SECOND ROW: Owen Jones, Don Stevenson, Dick Gage, Valerie Carson, Joe Casse, Gray Perkins, Leil 
Eberle, Don McKellar, Leonard Dolgoy, David Irwin, Beverly Brockett, Eleanor McKean, Marshall 
Jess, Miles Kennedy, Warren Wilkins. 

FRONT ROW: Kay Robb, Joanne McWilliaras, Anne Cowan, Tom Symons, Chairman; Bettv Bonner, 
Tanis Kell, Pat Marlow, Elizabeth King. 



N. F. C. U. S. 



(j I HE Toronto Committee of N.F.C.U.S. has worked on several specific projects 
-L throughout the year. These include regional student exchange; Canadian- Amer- 
ican student exchange; the investigation of high text costs; arrangements to assist 
student overseas travel; and the preparation of reports on text outlets and Student 
Union Buildings across Canada. 

In addition to this, the Committee has worked on several matters in conjunction 
with I.S.S. The visit of forty Toronto students to the University of Montreal, and 
the return visit of an equal number of Carabins here, were arranged jointly by the 
local Committees of N.F.C.U.S. and I.S.S. 

On the national level, N.F.C.U.S. has this year seen its traditional support of 
inter-University debating culminate in the establishing of a National Canadian 
University Debating Association under its auspices. The Federation has also pre- 
sented a brief to the Massey Commission urging the establishment of a U.N.E.S.C.O. 
Commission in Canada, and of a substantial number of Federal Government Scholar- 
ships. 

Each University is represented on N.F.C.U.S. by the President of its Student 
Council and the Chairman of its N.F.C.U.S. Committee. •*• 



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SECOND ROW: Tom Wells, Donna Merner, Secretiiry; Marg Carmichael, Shirlev Endicott, Geraidine 
O'Donahue, Ron Nablo 

FRONT ROW: Fred MacFadden, President: Dr. Field, Faculty Advisor; V^ida Ta\lor, Assaciute President; 
Harry Green, Speaker of the House. 

ABSENT: Barb Harris, D. Rogers, Dick Gage, Roy Neehall. 



Yictoria College Debating Parliament 

C I HE aim of the Victoria College Debating Parliament has been to promote public 
speaking and debating in the College. For this purpose a debate was organized 
every month during the fall and winter terms. The subjects were both humorous and 
serious. The first debate, in October, was, appropriately, "Resolved: That freshmen 
are too immature for University". A more serious topic, in which Mr. Reid Scott, 
MPP, was guest speaker, was, "Resolved: That Democracy Implies Socialism". 

The Debating Parliament sponsored the Thomson Impromptu Debates. These 
were held two noons a week and over a hundred students participated. After a pro- 
cess of elimination, four finalists were sent to McMaster University to compete in an 
inter-college debating contest. 

According to tradition, the last debate of the season was the Senatorial Debate. 
The four staff members (senators), again according to tradition, made "nonsenses 
out of sense". Also at this debate two of the four finalists in the Thomson Debates 
were chosen as winners. 4 



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VICTORIA COLLEGE FRENCH CLUB 

SECOND ROW: George Barkley, Publicity Manager; Audrey Cooper, Second Year Representative; Ralph 
Turner, Treasurer; Mary Caden, Socia/ Directress; ]im Darbyshire, Third Year Representative. 

FRONT ROW ; Joyce Ribchester, First Year Representative; Ted Hall, President; Mile. Riese, Honorary President; 
Joan McGaughey, Vice-President; ]ea.n Brown, Secretary. 

ABSENT: Harold MacKay,PM«?j/. 




VICTORIA COLLEGE CLASSICS CLUB 

SECOND ROW : Bob Sheridan, First Year Rep.; George Tovell Treasurer; Mary Blackett, Secretary. 
FRONT ROW: Patricia Adams, Vice-President; Dr. G. L. Keyes, Honorary President; Josephine Hebert, 
President. 



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SECOND ROW: Fran Hopper, Writers' Group Convener; Harold Burke, Associate President; Gwen Davenport, 
Treasurer. 

FRONT ROW: Catherine Carde, President: Lucille Hammond, Social Directress. 



Victoria College Liberal Arts Cluh 



T: 



HIS year the activities sponsored by the Liberal Arts Club of Victoria College 
were threefold: the Record Hour, the Writers' Group, the Open Meetings. 

A number of Record Hours were held at Wymilwood during the first semester: 
these consisted of recordings from operas, Shakespeare, classical music, and jazz. 

The Writers' Groups were very successful both in supplying constructive criticism 
for the authors and in uncovering new material for Acta Victoriana. The Professors 
Robins, Frye, Woodside, and Miss Kathleen Coburn were among the guest critics. 

Three Open Meetings were held during the year. Mr. Mavor Moore was guest- 
speaker at the first and his topic dealt with the theatre in Canada; Professor McLu- 
han spoke on modern poetry at the second meeting; and the third one consisted of a 
concert of works composed and performed by students from all faculties. 

Thus the Liberal Arts Club feels, especially in the case of the Writers' Group, that 
it has fulfilled enough student needs to justify its existence. 4- 



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SECOND ROW: L. B, Heath, Treasurer; D. Snowden, Assistant Treasurer; R. B. F. Britton-Foster, Clerk of the 
House; H. Guthrie, Keeper of the Mace; G. E. Connell, Curator; P. M. Reid, First Year Councillor; 
R. D. Johnston, Debates Secretary. 

FRONT ROW : G. F. Davies, Vice-President; M. K. Macklem, President; J. A. Ordonez, Speaker; T. H. Crerar. 
Deputy-Speaker; D. A. Fry, Leader of the Opposition. 

ABSENT; J. A. Norman. 

Trinity College Literary Institute 

L^ ARLY in the year, the President and Government Council adopted a policy 
"^"^ tending to bring the literary organizations of the College under the paternal eye 
of the Institute. The Arts and Letters Club was the first and only organization to 
submit to this benevolent stare but though at first its members seemed anxious to 
follow suit, the Dramatic Society finally decided against such action. Further nego- 
tiations were not undertaken. Under the terms of a revised Constitution, the Arts 
and Letters Club becomes a committee responsible to the Lit. and hence to the 
College as a whole. Its activities have been, if anything, more vigorous in the new 
association. 

Except for two extraordinarily percussive debates, the first and third of the year, 
participation in the literary programme of the Institute has been uninspired. The 
notorious Blok-de Reske vs. Hicks-Hladun encounter was enjoyed by nearly one 
hundred and fifty Men of College and was given an eye-catching report in The Varsity 
and in the city press. In a sense the publicity was what the Institute needed and the 
arguments and discussions before, during, and after the debate, if not always sound. 



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at least portended a lively year. The following debate, however, though it was an 
annual Freshman affair and on a good topic (Euthanasia), had only about twenty- 
five in attendance, none of whom, except for the promising speakers, were from the 
First Year. As a last resort, the President, fearing a disturbing echo in the cavernous 
chapel, convened the House in the Junior Common Room in an effort to catch after- 
dinner smokers. Too many got away. 

The third debate concerned a motion, subsequently introduced at a College Meet- 
ing, to bar Trinity Freshmen from entry into Fraternities. Within a day or two after 
the debate topic had been announced, every Fraternity man in the College was on his 
high horse proclaiming the glories of fraternal association and dangerously misin- 
terpreting the motion. Unfortunately, few non-Fraternity men paid enough atten- 
tion even to redress the error, but the evening was rowdy and reminiscent of better 
Institute days. Soon afterwards, a Lit. -sponsored U.T.D.U. debate, "Resolved: That 
the Supreme Court of Canada should supersede the Privy Council", resulted in a tie 
vote between Western (for the motion) and Toronto, but, though the discussion was 
of a high quality, it was virtually ignored by Men of College. 

Early in the second Term, an Impromptu Speaking Night, held in the Junior 
Common Room, which had all the ear-marks of success, was attended by no more 
than twenty-five Men of College, soon lost all semblance of Parliamentary order, and 
resolved itself into a club social. Some of the speaking, however, proved amusing 
and some fluent, and the evening gave a few members a chance to express themselves 
on their feet in an informal and not too terrifying atmosphere. 

For the results of the activities that made for this somewhat depressing recital the 
Government Council cannot be held responsible. Led by an active President, it tried 
every conceivable device to arouse interest in the student body but met with only 
very partial success. It would be superfluous to point out where the fault lies. 
Everyone knows, and at the last that is all there is to say or do. 

At the time of writing there is hope for the traditionally spirited debate planned 
between St. Hilda's and the College. In addition, Mr. John Diefenbaker will speak 
at the Annual Dinner of the Institute in February and this event is already eagerly 
a waited. 4' 



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SECOND ROW: D. Haley, Senior Debating Rep.; M. Martin, Jmiior Debuting Rep.; E. Lowden, Treasurer. 
FRONT ROW; J. Ker, Secretary; C. Bolton, Prestdent; R. Linell, Vice-President. 
ABSENT: E. Child, First Year Resident Rep.; E. Somerville, First Year Non-resident Rep. 



Sl Hilda^s College Literary Society 

C I HE St. Hilda's Literary Society has enjoyed a fairly diversified programme this 
year, with such highlights as the opening debate between the dons and the 
undergraduates on the topic, "Resolved :That the women should propose"; an address 
by Professor Bagnani on the art of debating; and the annual presentation of the 
Nativity play, presented this year for the undergraduates and again for the graduates 
at the Dean's Christmas party. 

The regular fortnightly meetings have seen debating skill adequately displayed in 
the inter-year debates and the year plays have been of exceptionally high calibre. The 
awards for these two activities will be presented at the annual Literary Society ban- 
quet. 

There is to be a joint debate between the members of St Hilda's and Trinity 
Literary Societies. 

The Debating Club has done much to stimulate interest in debating and to 
increase our proficiency in that art.4- 



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SECOND ROW: P. Moonan, R. KnoUmeyer, Manager; W. Broadhurst, D. Wallace, G.Johnson, Treasurer. 
FRONT ROW : M. Kearns, K. Jarosz, L. Brennan, President; M. O'Brien, Secretary;]. Meraw. 

Su MichaePs College Co-operative 

THE St. Michael's College Co-operative, a unique organization on the campus, 
has again completed another successful year. Starting from scratch in 1947, it 
has developed into a sound, profitable business organization as well as an influential 
student Christian Co-operation movement. Having spent the first years of its infancy 
in establishing a stable financial basis, it has now turned its focus towards a higher, 
more important goal, its basic purpose of instilling in its members the principles of 
Christian Co-operation. They are beginning to feel more and more that this is their 
Co-op and to assume the responsibilities this entails. A tangible evidence of this 
may be seen in the fact that the work is carried out entirely by students, the number 
of volunteers growing steadily. 

This year, as every year, new improvements have been added to the tuck-shop. 
At the beginning of the fall term, the Co-op had a complete over-hauling, — new 
furniture, a new paint job, even a car- 
pentry job on the counter which, having 
changed position slightly, provides more 
space and more efficient service. In the 
administration department, the constitu- 
tion underwent changes too so that the 
Co-operative by-laws would be more 
suited to this particular organization. In 
all respects the St. Michael's College Co- 
operative has advanced by leaps and 
bounds and we hope that its growth will 
continue as successfully in future years. 4 The Co-op m .\ction 




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ST. MICHAEL'S COLLEGE SENATE CLUB 

SECOND ROW: F. Kovacs, G. Wyle, A. Adams, W. Emman, M. Mogan, R. McLaughlin, N. Treanor. 

FRONT ROW: L. Cavasin, D. Quigley, R. Bussey, Secretary; F. Furlong, President: P. Mosteller, Treasurer; 
E. Eberle, L. Dewan. 




ST. MICHAEL'S COLLEGE GLEE CLUB 

THIRD ROW; E. Gariepy, R. Ringwood, J. Leon, S. NeiU, D. Robertson, M. Villemaire, j. Roark. 

SECOND ROW: A. Green, M. Greive, M. Mahon, M. Kellv, C. Boyden, M. Finley, M. Schenk, K. Jarosz, 
M. Vice, P. Burke, B. Murphy 

FRONT ROW: L. Poulin, P. Lauber, M. Dunn, R. Alore, A. Annette, Rev. 
J. Cavanaugh, J. Meravv, S. Hogan, M. Poirier. 



Renaiid, V. Mulhall, 



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ST. MICHAEL'S COLLEGE ORATORICAL SOCIETY 
SECOND ROW: J. Michalski,J. McDonough, J. Boulet, F. Kovacs, J. Dewev, T. Bovle, N. Beauchesne. 

S. Karr, A. Adams, C. Lynch, P. Dooling, W. Davis. 
FRONT ROW P Moonan, D. Wilson, R. Demers, J. Leon, L. Cavasin, Vice-President; M. ViUemaire, 

President: R. Kellv, W. McLaughlin, R. Ringwood, R. Gallivan, L. Brennan. 




ST. JOSEPH'S COLLEGE LITERARY SOCIETY 

Carolyn Gratton, Helen Boehler, Adele Annett. 



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ST. JOSEPH'S COLLEGE SODALITY 

SECOND ROW; Helen Martel, Rose Marie LaPalme, Jean Meraw, Ada Phelan, Marjorie Vice, Mary 

Schenck. 
FRONT ROW: Mary Harbor, Muriel Rouleau, Clara Campagnola. 




LORETTO COLLEGE 
SODALITY 

SECOND ROW: Catherine Givens. 

FRONT ROW: Joanne McWilliam, 
Mary Sheridan, Prefect; Suzanne 
McGrath. 

ABSENT: Leil Eberle. 



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LORETTO COLLEGE 
DEBATING SOCIETY 

SECOND ROW : .Joanne Mc- 
William, Margaret Kearns, 
Suzanne McGrath. 

FRONT ROW; Mary 
Warriner, First Vice-President; 
Margaret Howe, President; 
Barbara Lyon, Secretary. 





ST. JOSEPH'S COLLEGE DEBATING SOCIETY 

SECOND ROW: Marjorie Vice, Teresa Houlihan, Rose Marie La Palme, Elaine Maloney, Winnifred 

Lowney. 
FRONT ROW: Catherine Sheehan, Catherine Johnson, Mary Ann Wheeler. 



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M. F. Southcote, I.A.S. t/hurmaii; J. i,. McAvoy, IV Representative; J. E. Moran, Chairman; Prof. 
R. Loudon, Honorary Chairman; H. G. Harley, II Representative; S. Ranta, Secretary-Treasurer; 
h. y Adams, I Representative. 

ABSENT: R. Hall, III Representative; Y. Garneau, Vice-Chairman. 



S.PS. Aeronautical Cluh 

^I^HE Skule grad wasn't kidding when he remarked: "Them was the bestest four 
-1. years of my life". When you show this dusty and yellowed tome to your cute 
little grandchildren some time in the future you Aeros will agree, especially when 
you start to reminisce. 

Remember the Valentines Day party for dear Mrs. Infeld when we expanded e^? 
The wiseacre quips from the back of the room that sent the class into paroxysms of 
laughter and the lecturer like Daffy home muttering? The eminent contribution of 
our club to that magnificent old Skule Spirit in the zoot forms of the Lackspeed 
Constellation and the Skule Nite 5T0 rocket. 

Then recall with a twinge of sadness the glory of the class basketball team which 
outnumbered every other minor league squad, but couldn't outscore them. The weary 
midnight quest from snowbound hut to hut at Ajax, trying to find someone who had 
scabbed enough to finish the lab report that was due tomorrow. 

Did you see the Club speaker who could inflate either lung independently, at will, 
and do you still feel slightly confused by the energy equations, the vector analysis 
and the rather odd flight angles so jauntily flipped at us? 

Sit back in your easy chair, you rich Aeronautical Engineer, and remember the 
Good Old Days . . . aad the rest of us still trying to get through Fourth Year. 4- 



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J. 1. Jredriksson, SecreriJr\- Ireauirer; i. H. Wilkins, 1 ice-L/h 
K. D. Stephenson, Publicity Chan-man. 



n: R. S. Scroggins, L^uaiii 



S*P»S, Ceramics Cluh 

C /HE Ceramics Club, though still an infant with a small membership, has under- 
-*- taken to provide those members with a full programme this year. 

The Club has already sponsored several trips to various ceramic plants in and 
around the Toronto area. A tour was made of the mine and processing plant of the 
American Nepheline Corporation of Stoney Lake where the world's best source of 
nepheline sijenite, an increasingly important ceramic material, is located. The fourth 
year, as representatives of the Club, attended a convention at the Mount Royal Hotel 
in Montreal under the auspices of the Canadian Ceramic Society. Besides many 
excellent technical talks, a visit was made to the Canada Cement Company. 

In addition to several previous technical meetings, a social evening was held in 
conjunction with the local section of the Canadian Ceramic Society to end the year's 
activities. Mr. Deeth of the American Nepheline Corporation was guest speaker and 
he showed colour movies taken by him on a tour of the United States and Mexican 
ceramic industries. 

The executive wishes every success to this year's graduating class and to the new 
Club executive next year. 4 



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O. V\ . Coiigdon, Fourth Year Kepie.teiitattre, F. K.. Do[\ , luiirth Year Kepieteiil^itne, H. B Dn.Lens, 
Fourth Year Representative; Prof. C. F. Morrison, Honorary Chairman: ]. L. McCloy, Chairman: 
A. T. Brown, Secretary; H. R. Fielding, Third Year Representative; ]. M. Schisslef, Third Year 
Representative; W. C. Cole, Vice-Chairman; ]. R. Raymond, First Year Repre tentative. 

ABSENT: B. Panting, SecondYear Representative; C Miller, Treasurer. 

S.P.S. Civil Cluh 

/T was pouring rain. Sad-looking creatures lined up at York Hall, hidden behind 
mountains of baggage. There were fees to be paid, rooms to be snared, and 
meal tickets to be stolen, the values of which were considerably increased by sweet 
talk with steam table wenches. 

The Genosha Hotel played host to our noisy Club that first year. What sport, 
running topography between 208, line 3, Lake Ontario, and the Spruce! Just try to 
study for those exams with water fights, ball games, and general horseplay. 

The boys who stayed at Ajax really threw one fine party that night to compensate 
for dreary days, chasing demies off line, and cooking levels into reasonable condition. 
The Comet Isle bonfires, the Bunk House Brawl, Square Dances, Movies and D. 
astros all. Shoot Polaris! 

Thence to the big city. Could we stand the proximity of imbibing institutions, 
cultured artsmen, and fine beetles? The boys have stood up well under the social 
whir], the Savarin party, the successes of the 5TO Civils Basketball team, the noise of 
the Four Flushers, and the Bird patrol. 

Then came the Decew, Queenston, and the Pig and the Whistle. Say no more. 
I'm tired and my thesis is only half done. 

All else was eclipsed by the grand and glorious grad ball March 10 and 11. What 
were those room numbers again? 

Then graduation . . . and there they go . . ..4 



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J. D. Sibbald, Third Year Representative; E. D. Fedryk, Chaini/an; H. G. Feldberg, Secretary-Ti 
ABSENT: G. E. Wilson, Vke-Chairman. 



reauirer. 



S»P.S, Debates Club 

(j I HE activities of the debates club during the first term of the session consisted of 
-*- two debates. The first was held in Hart House debates room on the topic 
"Resolved: that the Engineering Business Course should be discontinued at Skule." 
The question was settled once and for all. The Engineering and Business students 
won this debate by an overwhelming majority. 

The second debate was held in Brennan Hall. Skule debaters were guests of the 
St. Michael's Senate. The house decided that "Canada should have a unitary form of 
Government." This resolution was opposed by Hienz Feldberg and Jack Grossman of 
the debates club. 

During the second term, the club has arranged for a series of lectures in public 
speaking and debating. Professor Bagnani of University College has kindly con- 
sented to deliver these lectures. Other activities include debates with the Arts and 
Letters Club of the Medical Society, and with Loretto College. 

Details regarding the Segsworth inter-year debates are still in the discussion 
stage. All years are encouraged to participate in debates in order that the inter-year 
debates may be highly competitive. 4- 



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SECOND ROW: W. H. Westbrook, Third Year Representative;!). K. Wilson, First Year Represetita- 
t!ve: D. Bishop, Second Year Representative; T. Barnes, First Year Representative. ^ 

FRONT ROW: V. E. Dickson, Fourth Year Representative; ]. R. Thomson, Vice-Chairman; Prof. 
L. S. Lauchland, Faculty Advisor; E. E. Weston, Chairman; Prof. Tracy. Department Head; 
W.J. Smolinski, Secretary-Treasurer; P. Danciu, A.I.E.E. Chairman. 

ABSENT: W. R. Carruthers, Honorary Chairman. 

S^P^S. Electrical Cluh 

THE term 1949-50 saw the re-amalgamation of the Toronto and Ajax Electrical 
Clubs into the one club as in pre-Ajax days. This gave the Electrical Club a 
membership of over five hundred: the largest in its history. With this in mind, the 
executive planned the Electrical At-Home for early November to meet the needs of 
the large club. The function was attended by over 250 couples with several staff 
members and other guests joining in the festivities, which were held at Columbus 
Hall. 

Also in November, the third year students toured STELCO and Westinghouse 
plants in Hamilton, whilst the Seniors visited the HEPC Generating Station at 
DeCew falls and proceeded on to inspect the large Niagara Hudson steam generating 
station in Buffalo N.Y. 

Early in December Mr. A. A. McArthur of the Canadian Westinghouse Company 
gave an illustrated lecture and demonstration of equipment on C.S.P. Transformers, 
at a general meeting. 

The first function of the new year was held on January 18th, at the Prince George 
Hotel. This was the Electrical Club dinner which was a sell-out. The guest speakers 
were Mr. A. E. Wilson and Mr. F. T. Simson of Brazilian Traction Light and Power 
Company who illustrated their lectures with slides and with the sound colour film 
"Modern Brazil", which was produced by the company. 4. 



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SECOND ROW: D. G. Argo, Foartb Year Representative; 1. Waxman, Second Year Representative. 

FRONT ROW: G. G. Parkinson, First Year Representative; G. O. Hnymzn, Secretary;T . F. Kenny, 
V ice-Chairman; G. H. Petherick, Chairman; R. E. Sparrow, Treasurer; E. D. Knight, Third 
Year Representative. 



SJ?S* ^ngineering^usiness Club 

ON September 25th, 1946, we set out on our quest for knowledge. This was our 
start at Ajax. Many memories of muddy Ajax will be retained by us. 

In the fall of 1947, a big decision was made by all of us — to transfer from our 
various courses to the course of Engineering and Business for our second year. No 
graduates of this course had, as yet, gone forth into the business world. Even so, I am 
sure that none of us has regretted taking the big step. 

We were welcomed onto the campus in Toronto in Sept. 1948 by a great Eng. 
Biz 4T9 student — Pat Suddick. Here we found things a little different from Ajax. 
Service tunics and battle blouses were frowned upon and we were to shave once a day 
and look neat. 

Eighty-five of us embarked upon our final year on Sept. 21, 1949. This was "the" 
year we had been working for. Dean Tupper, our newly installed Dean, spoke to us 
at our Dinner Meeting held in Hart House on December 1st. A Christmas Dance on 
the last day of the fall term was thoroughly enjoyed by all who attended. We are 
sure to have fond memories of the School-at-Home, and especially of the 5T0 Grad 
Ball on March 10th. 

The Club Executive takes this opportunity to wish all of its grads the best of luck 
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C- H, Mimii, icLiiiui \ ejy Kepretentative; D. C. Baxter, Treasurer: J. \\ . keenan, Chairman; 
F. V. Topping, Vke-Chairman; F. A. Kottmeier, Fourth Year Representative; R. G. Johnson, 
First Year Representative. - 

ABSENT; Prof. K. B.Jackson, Honorary Chairman; R. A. Klock, Secretary. 



S^P,S. Engineering Physics Club 

C I HE first general meeting was held in Hart House. The honorary chairman. 
Prof. K. B. Jackson, addressed the meeting on scientific applications of photog- 
raphy. The talk was illustrated with stereoscopic photographs. 

Field trips have been held by the Fourth and Third years. The major trip of the 
Fourth year students was to Eastman Kodak Company in Rochester N.Y. and the 
Cavrier Refrigeration and Air Conditioning Company in Syracuse N.Y. The Third 
year students have visited several industrial plants in the Toronto area. 

A dance called the Calculytic Caper was held on the 17th of January at the 
Savarin. Attendance was good and dancing, to the music of Eddie Stroud, was en- 
joyed by all. Much laughter was raised by Si. Leonard, ventriloquist extraordinaire, 
who entertained at intermission. 

A second general meeting is proposed for February, while the annual dinner is to 
be held in March. 4 



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SECOND ROW: M. K. Wood, Fourth Year Representative;]. E. L. Murphy, Fourth Year Representa- 
tive; J. L. Davis, Fourth Year Representative; R. D. Munro, Second Year Representative; 
L. T. Welch, Third Year Representative; D. L. King, Fourth Year Representative. 

FRONT ROW: Miss M. J. Phillips, First Year Repre.sentative; R. J. Kostick, Vice-Chairman; 
D. F. S. Carew, Chairman; R. W. Norlen, Treasurer; H. C. Clarke, Secretary. 

ABSENT: W. Beatty, ThirdYear Representative; Prof. E. A. Smith, Honorary V ice-Chairman. 

S,P*S. Indiu^trioX Chemical Club 

(j I HE first item of note was the very interesting and extensive field trip made by 
jL the Fourth Year from the 13th to the 16th of October. The route was east this 
year, as the club members visited rayon, and pulp and paper plants in Cornwall, 
alcohol, and pulp and paper plants in Gatineau, and a sugar refinery in Montreal. 
With bouquets to the organizers it should be added that the week-end terminated in 
true college fashion at the McGill-Toronto football tilt. The Third Year took field 
trips to the Toronto malting houses and the oil refinery at Clarkson. 

The first general meeting, held in Hart House on the evening of November 25th, 
featured the film "Nature Control" with commentary by Mr. Cuthbert of Hiram 
Walker's Distillery. Movies seemed to be the trend of the year as three more films 
entitled "The Formica Story", "Lets Spin a Yarn", and "Colloids" formed the bill- 
ing of the second formal meeting, held in the Wallberg on January 25th. 

Second Year started the social programme with their class smoker on October 
13th. This was followed by Club dances at the Savarin Tavern, on October 25th and 
November 29th, providing pleasure and relaxation to all who attended. 

A sleigh-ride and dance, held at Maple Creek Farm, Scarboro, on January 27th 
added a novel but enjoyable evening to the social agenda which culminated late in 
February with the annual Club Dinner. 4. 



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SLCOND ROW : J. N. McLean, Si:lviiiI Year Kepresenlativn; A. R. LeFeuvre, First Year Representa- 
tive; J. C. Morris, Secretary; N. Monsour, V ice-Chairman; J. D, MoUenhauer, First Year 
Representative. 

FRONT ROW: A. A. Walter, Fourth Year Representative; J. H. Innes, Chairman; E. P. Cockshutt, 
Treasurer. 

ABSENT: F. Angebrant, Second Year Representative; V. Adshead, Third Year Rrepresentative; 
R. F. McDermond, Assistant Secretary. 



S.PS. Mechanical Club 

C I HE Mechanical Club during the year enjoyed many educational and entertaining 
•^ activities which were arranged to provide an adequate programme for the benefit 
of the class. These included fourteen field trips and three conducted tours through the 
new Mechanical building. John Fisher provided a spirited evening for one of the 
club dinners, while a stag event featured a refreshing gay-nineties atmosphere. 

Notable among the field trips were those taken to the Ontario Hydro installations 
at Queenston-Chippawa and DeCew Falls, the Hamilton Steel Foundries, the Canada 
Wire and Cable, and the Malton plant of A. V. Roe Aircraft. These trips served the 
most useful purpose of illustrating the diversity of industrial and commercial activity 
which is carried on here and within a short distance of the city. 

The new Mechanical building was a point of interest for the Freshmen reception 
and later for visiting Alumnae during the old home week-end. Relatives and friends 
of all fourth-year S.P.S. students were shown through on open-house night. 4' 



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SECOND ROW: K. A. Johnson, Sea-emn; L. F. LaPrairie, Third Year Representative; C. J. Stiles, 

Third Year Representative . 
FIRST ROW: A. J. P. LaPrairie, Chairman; W. M. Young, Fourth Year Representative; 

W. H. Goggin, First Year Representative; W. A. Nechery, Second Year Representative; 

H. R. Decaire, Third Year Representative; K. H. Cumming, First Year Representative; 

A. H.Jackson, Fourth Year Representative. 
ABSENT: J. T. Murray, Fourth Year Representative; F. Kinsman, Treasurer. 



S.P.S* Mining and Metallurgical Cluh 

^ OECAUSE of a shortage of abandoned stopes in the immediate environs of 
JL^ Toronto, and the understandable hostility of the proprietors of various meet- 
ing places used before, it was decided to forego the Annual Stag Party. In its place 
was held the Miners' Annual Donkey Barbeque. 

At meetings the Club was addressed on such diverse topics as "The Labrador Iron 
Fields", "Industrial Psychology", and "What the Mining and Metallurgical 
Industry Expects of the University Graduate". The Graduating Class was enter- 
tained at dinner by the Toronto Branch, C.I.M.M., at the Royal York. 

In no way wishing to take credit away from others who participated, the mem- 
bers of the M. & M. Club may be justifiably proud of their great co-operation in 
Engineering Society functions. When one remembers the spiked helmets about the 
Skule Cannon, the eccentric floats in the Homecoming Parade, and the many com- 
mittees for which our members worked, and teams for which they played, it becomes 
a matter of pride to be a member. 4. 



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MEDICAL ARTS AND LETTERS CLUB 

SECOND ROW: Earle Baker, Dick Farmer, Jack Dodds, Doug Chase, Russell Proud. 
FRONT ROW: Doug Yates, Chairman; Dr. William Boyd, Honorary Chairman; Ken Butler. 




THE MEDICAL GLEE CLUB 



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LAW CLUB 
SECOND ROW: A. F. Lawrence, First Year Councillor; D. B. Dodds, Editor of School of Law Review; 

R. Y. W. Campbell, Chief Justice of the Moot Court. 
FRONT ROW: B. Berstein, Athletic Representative; I. Cass, Secretary; K. J. Bradley, President; G. H. Archer, 

Treasurer;]. R. Dean, First Year Councillor. 
ABSENT: R. T. Smylie, V!ce-Prestdent;D. Inch, S.A.C. Representative. 




MOOT COURT 

SECOND ROW: J. L. Chapman, Asristant Registrar; H. Landis, Justice; R. A, J. Gies, Justice. 

FRONT ROW: S. Caplan, Justice; S. Lavine, Justice; R. Y. W. Campbell, Chief Justice of the Moot Court; 

G. W. Bdihea, Justice;!). B. Dodds, /aj^f/« 
ABSENT: R. F. Righton, Registrar. 



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SECOND ROW: A. B. Burnes, Third Year Representative;]. B. McRae, Treasurer; M. Moyer, First Year Kepre- 
sentattve; F. Hinkson, first Year Representative; R. W. Gouinlock, Secretary; D. Cameron, Second Year 
Representative; S. A. Azzarello, Publicity Director; D. Weir, SecondYear Representative. 

FRONT ROW: L. A. Braithwaite, Vice-President; G. H. Brereton, President; Professor S. G. Hennessey, 
Honorary President; B. E. Carroll, Editor Commerce Journal; R. M. Barford, Vice-President. 

Commerce Club 

C iNCE its inception twenty-nine years ago, the course in Commerce and Finance 
<J has recognized the Commerce Club as its official undergraduate organization. 
This year Professor Hennessey has been capably fulfilling the office of Honorary 
President and actively advising the club during the year. 

One of the main purposes of the club is to bring into closer contact undergraduates 
of the course and members of the business world. This is partially achieved through 
informal meetings of the club featuring addresses by prominent business and profes- 
sional men dealing with current economic and general business topics. In spite of the 
decreased enrolment, activities this year have been expanded. Luncheon meetings 
and an increased number of tours have brought club activities back to pre-war 
standards. 

The social and athletic functions of the club are ever increasing in popularity. 
Held at the Club Kingsway, the fourth annual "Finance Frolic' ' was again as success- 
ful as in previous years. Another series of golf, bridge and tennis tournaments were 
held. 

The opportunity to welcome Commerce Graduates back to the campus on Home- 
coming Weekend was greeted by the club with enthusiasm. This enthusiasm was 
reflected in a Commerce float, outstanding among those of the Colleges and Faculties. 

The annual Commerce Journal, a journal of economics containing articles written 
by prominent men from business, labour and government, was again t-his year 
published by the club. 4 



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SECOND ROW: Ruth Winter, Treasurer; Valery Brown, Elizabeth Jones. 

FRONT ROW: Kay MacNeiil, Daphne Young, Vice-President; Rosemary Walker, Prestdein; Beverley Bryan, 
Secretary: Peggy Locke. 



Household Economics Cluh 

C I ^HOSE white shorts . . . That flying hair . . . Guess again . . . Those were the 
■^ House. Ec. girls in the Float Parade at the Homecoming Weekend. We didn't 
win, but we had the time of our lives, flipping pancakes, whirling egg, beaters, danc- 
ing around behind Architecture. Yes, our delicate pink angel cake presented to 
President Sydney Smith even appeared in Saturday Night. 

Our Freshies were entertained at Tea in the delightful new Common Room. They 
met the Stafi^, they toured the building, they saw what was to come. 

Kitchen Kapers, the Fall Stag at the Women's Union, .was simply smo oth 

with those entertaining Engineers. 

But the culmination of the Household Economics Club activities was the annual 
formal "At-Home" held at Casa Loma. Unfortunately we all couldn't hold that 
lucky ticket for the bambi with the enormous pink ears. 

It was a wonderful year House Ecers — Carry on.4- 



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MATHEMATICS AND PHYSICS CLUB - 

SECOND ROW: E. A. Racicot, R. Martino, R. Anglin, O. Mackinrosh, D.J. Porter. 

FRONT ROW: E. Kirkpatrick, P Niblock, Professor John Satterlev, C. T. P Galloway, R. Robinson, 
F. Braiier 



Ukrainian Students Club 

G i^HE Ukrainian Students Club, an organization of students of Ukrainian descent, 
-I- has a threefold purpose in its cultural, social, and athletic activities. These 
activities have included concerts, which have been presented in Toronto and various 
centres outside Toronto, social gatherings, banquets, sleigh riding parties, and 
basketball games. 

On the campus the U.S.C. has participated in I. S.S. programmes. It endeavours, 
with other groups, to make better Canadian citizens and to promote feelings of 
friendship and understanding among these groups. 

The U.S.C. has established a Loan Fund in order to assist the student members 
who may find themselves in financial difficulties during their studies. To this practi- 
cal measure has been added another one this year — that of supporting the extension 
course in Ukrainian Language and Literature with the hope that this course will be 
on the regular curriculum of the University next year. 

This year is a memorable one for the Club as it is commemorating its tenth year 
of successful functioning, and as a landmark to dedicate this decade, it is hoped that 
an alumni organization, which is in nucleus form, will be fully organized by the 
year's end. 

To all the Ukrainian graduates of 5T0 may we express our congratulations, and 
especially to the graduates of the Club who will be joining the ranks of graduate 
members, the alumni of the Ukrainian Students' Club. 4- 



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HONOUR SCIENCE CLUB 
SECOND ROW: Svlvia McGee, Household Economics Representanve; Ewart Charters, Vice-President: Wilma 

Booty, Business Manager. 
FRONT ROW : Jack Kenny, Social Director; Beth Harper, President: Don Smith, Second Year Representative. 




GERMAN CLUB 

SECOND ROW: Ralston Annand, Vic. Kepre.<entattve: Marion Hogarth, Social Convener: Frances Morris, 

Trinity Representative; }ohn Paton, Publicity. 
FRONT ROW: Helen Morrison, Treasurer; Dr. H. N. Milnes, Honorary President; Mary Caden, President; 

John Burnie, V ice-Prestdent; C,\\ir\oueC.u%hn\e, Secretary. 
ABSENT: Trudv Konwalina, U.C. Representative. 



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SECOND ROW: Helen Morrison, First Year Representative; Trudy Konwalina, Theatrical Directress; Doreen 
Smith, Publictty Director; Connie Young, Theatrical Directress; Olga Stalker, Social Directress. 

FRONT ROW: Emile Blouin, Treasurer; Mary Joan King, Secretary; ^ nek Patterson, President: Isabel Lee, 
Vice-President; Pat Hanna, Social Directress. 



ha Societe Francaise 

l-iOR "La Societe Franc,aise" of University College the 1949-50 season was an 
-*- exceptionally successful one, as many of the students of University College and 
of other faculties who were interested in French, attended the meetings. 

The traditional objectives of "La Societe Fran(;aise" were maintained during the 
year. The club provided an opportunity for students to increase their fluency in 
French conversation and to acquaint themselves with French life, customs, and cul- 
ture. The programmes of the club provided a variety of entertainment ranging from 

talks to skits, "twenty questions" 
to one-act plays, movies to sing- 
songs. This year "La Societe 
Fran(;aise" was in charge of the 
joint meeting of the four French 
Clubs of the University, held on 
February 14. 

The annual play presented in 
Hart House Theatre in the fall was 
well received by an enthusiastic 
audience. A well-trained cast under 
Professor R.D.C. Finch's direction 
A scene from KNOCK : R Lightfoot as Le Duncu. haij-aiaid, presented "Knock" by Julcs 

E. Lewin as Madame Parpalaid, C. Parsons as Knock, „ 

W. Baldwin as Jean. KomainS.4" 




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SECOND ROW: H. Bellamy, President; A. Mosouf, Secretary; A. Obazgy, Treasurer; K. Smookler, Publicity. 
FRONT ROW: F. Johannes, Social; B. Bradley, Vice-President; A. Halasz, Social Directress; E. Singer, Social 

Director. 
ABSENT: Miss D.Jessup. 

International Students Organization 

(j j HE International Students Organization was formed for the purpose of bringing 
-I. together students of all races, and giving them a better knowledge and under- 
standing of each other. 

Regular monthly social meetings concentrated on drawing the students out of their 
shells of reserve through the medium of the various get-acquainted games and dances. 
Semi-monthly, cofFee-hour meetings provided an informal atmosphere where the 
members could discuss their various cultures in a valuable interchange of ideas. 

The Varsity International Ball is motivated primarily by I.S.O. and bids fair to 
become the most colourful event in the University's already colourful tradition. 

Negotiations are under way even at this time in an effort to establish an Inter- 
national House on our campus. 
This plan, when carried out, will 
provide a centre for all international 
activity as well as housing and 
counselling services for guest 
students. 

Every year the activities of 
I.S.O. broaden in scope as the mem- 
bers tend to appreciate and under- 
stand more the purpose of their 
organization and its unlimited 
possibilities. 

In all respects the I.S.O. is a 
success in the field of human 

relations. 1^ a typical I so group at cHl I I imp representing Ethiopia, 

Ukraine, Japan, New Zealand, Canada, Pakistan, Scotland, 
China and Trinidad. 




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SECOND ROW: Alvin Shaw, Secretary; Frances Kirby, Third Year Representative; Roy Neehall, Fourth Year 
Representative; Shirley Kampi, Second Year Representative; J3.nice Shaw, First Year Rejiresentative; George 
Barkley, Publicity Director. 

FRONT ROW: Mary Auvinen, Treasurer; ]o\\n Golding, V tee-President; ]oe Tyrrell, President; Diana Ridell, 
Social Directress . 

ABSENT: Professor E. De Chasca, Honorary President. 



Spanish Cluh 



C I HIS year the University of Toronto Spanish Club decided to stress a deeper 
JL Student knowledge of Spanish language and culture and to foster a more inti- 
mate relationship between the student, the professor and the Latin-American on the 
campus. 

Under the able guidance of Professor E. de Chasca, our honorary president, the 
Spanish Club has offered varied programmes at its meetings. There have been trave- 
logues on South American countries, talks on Spain and on Spanish troubadour 
poetry and music, and presentations of Spanish folk dances. 

However, this has been only one aspect of the Spanish Club's policy. This year 
we have formed a series of informal gatherings called "Charlas" to w^hich everyone 
interested in speaking Spanish was invited. These "Charlas" afford the student op- 
portunities to meet the professors and Latin-American students thus to widen their 
acquaintanceship. These "Charlas" have been very popular and have been well 
attended. 

In accordance with our new policy, we decided to dispense with dancing after the 
regular meetings and, instead, to hold a dance in addition to our meetings. At this 
dance two or three Spanish couples taught Spanish dance steps. 

You may not know much about Spain, and may want to learn more; you may 
want to make new acquaintances; or you may simply want to speak Spanish; at any 
rate, at the Spanish Club you can do all these things. Tis not as good as a trip to 
Spain; but 'twill do.'^ 



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Rifle Club 

SECOND ROW: Paul Roer, 
John Cocking. Don 
Cullingham, D. Crawford . 

FRONT ROW: J. Comrie, 
John Mead, Reg Darke. 
Bob Nelson. 

ABSENT: M. Dickson, Dr. 
G. H. Lucas, Captain; 
J V. Scott, K. Hill. 




Bob Nelson gives a few hints 
to John Comrie as Paul Roer 
looks on. 



ohn Comrie and Paul Roer 
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officer. John Mead. 




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C. O. T. C. 

1949 ■ 1950 



(j I HE University of Toronto Contingent of the Canadian 
-L Officers' Training Corps has supplied so many officers 
for the Canadian Army that the Corps is now officially 
recognized as a main source of officers for both the Active 
and Reserve Forces. 

Over three hundred Officer Cadets of the Contingent 
take practical training each summer for sixteen weeks at 
Royal Schools across Canada from Valcartier, P.Q. to 
Esquimalt, B.C. 

There are six Active Force soldiers attending the 
University, attached to the Contingent for training, who 
will become officers in the Active Force upon graduation. 
In addition, thirty-seven men in their graduating year have 
enlisted as Second Lieutenants in the Active Force. 

The C.O.T.C. Annual Military Ball held in Hart House 
in February climaxed the season's social activities. 4 





SECOND ROW: Ma|or O. M. Logan, Kesuleiit Stu]} Ujjicer; Capt. !>. M. Herment, Capt. J. T. C. Howe, 
Major R. H. Lockwood, Major A. S. Mitchell, Lt. John Bell, Capt. F. J. Murphv, Assistant Resident 
Staff Officer. 

FRONT ROW: Major L. S. Lauchland, E. D., 2 l.C; Lt.-Col. W. L. Sagar, Commanding Officer; 
Capt. H. A. Webster, Adjutant. 




CLUBS AND ORGANIZATIONS 



ROYAL CANADIAN 



THE R.C.A.F., through its Reserve University Flight organization established at a 
number of Canadian universities, trains undergraduates during their academic years for 
service in its Regular or Reserve force. 

Candidates are selected on entry for aircrew or ground training on a basis of quotas 
allotted, and individual preference and suitability. Undergraduates during training serve as 
Flight Cadets. On graduation from their universities, and satisfactory completion of their 
Air Force training, Flight Cadets are commissioned as Pilot Officers. 

Winter training for Flight Cadets consists of a series of lectures in appropriate subjects. 
During the summer, Flight Cadets are posted to various stations throughout Canada where- 
ever they can best receive the technical or aircrew training for which they have been 
selected. 

The accompanying illustrations show some of the many activities enjoyed by Flight 
Cadets during their summer training. 4 



KITTING 



ARMAMENT INSTRUCTION 



STUDENT PHARMACIST 




SQUADRON VISIT 



RESCUE LAUNCH 



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AIR FORCE (Reserve) 
University of Toronto Flight 



R.C.A.F. (Reserve) University of Toronto Flight. 

Officer Commanding — S/ L F. L. Hutchison — R.C.A.F. (Reserve). 
2 i/c of Flight— F/L R. H. Perry— R.C.A.F. (Reserve). 
Resident Staff Officer— F/L M. A. Everard— R.C.A.F. (Regular). 



HARVARD TRAINING 



FLIGHT CADETS AT TRENTON 




SEXTANT SIGHTING 



SAILING INSTRUCTION 



FIGHTER CONTROL 



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SECOND ROW: Harold Richardson, Frank Popovitch, John Askin, Rudy Sarchese, James McCool, Hugh 

Donnelly, William Hart. 
FRONT ROW: Mary O'Reilly, Claude MacDonald, President; Anne Galligan, Father J. E. McHenry, 

Chaplain; Carol Kelly. 

Newman Cluh 

A NOTHER successful year for 
^2^ J- Toronto Newman Club! The 
membership is well over 700, all of whom 
are interested in two or more of the Club's 
23 activities. 

These activities are guided by an 
executive of ten, and include a French 
Circle, Glee Club, Drama Group, Serious 
Discussion Group, and a newly formed 
Chess Club. 

Students in all faculties use the Club's 
facilities for their activities and Newman 
House becomes indeed a "Home away 
from Home for Catholic students". 

The resident chaplain is Rev. Father 

G. E. McHenry, who is always home to 

advise and to care for the spiritual needs 

I jj/i iK^ of the students.'* 

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VICTORIA COLLEGE CHRISTIAN FELLOWSHIP 

SECOND ROW; Clint Lavvson, Arnold Burg, President; Llo\d Benson. 

FRONT ROW: Madeline Eaton, Donna Kemp, Ruth Barber, Dorothy Tavlor, Audrey Tournav. 

ABSENT: Harold McKav. ' ' 




ENGINEERING CHRISTIAN FELLOWSHIP 

SECOND ROW: L. Wakefield, Third Year Kefresentattve; C. M. Johnson, Vice-President; D. MacGuire, 

Missionary Representative; D. McDowell, Prayer Secretary. 
FRONT ROW: D. Fish, Secretary Treasurer; R. Stasior, President; W. A. Filer, Publicity Manager. 



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A discubsion group at S.C.M. J-all Camp. 



A typical S.C.M. Worship Centre. 



Student Christian Movement 

C/ HE Student Christian Movement is the only organization on the campus in 
A. which students can fully and without obligations test the claims of the Chris- 
tian religion. Atheists, agnostics and Christians, from many backgrounds and de- 
nominations, meet to study, worship and act upon their conclusions. During the past 
four years, our study has been re-organized into four main fields: the task of the 
Christian in the University milieu; the problem of Evangelism; the Christian and 
Politics; the growth of the World Church. Since the close of the war, it has been our 
concern not only to send relief to Europe but also to send many Canadian students to 
Europe to bring back a clearer picture of world issues and needs. Of the several 
conferences, most notable was that held in Kansas, 1948, to which two hundred 
Canadian University students joined the ranks of the two thousand in total attend- 
ance to discuss 'Christian frontiers' all over the world. The Great University Christ- 
ian Mission, which had such impact on our campus in 1949, was originally suggested 
by an S.C.M. group. One major area of concern in the last few years has been the 
whole field of Christian-Communist relations; with the result that the S.C.M. is the 
only non-communist group which remains in affiliation with the W.F.D.Y. The 
S.C.M. in this way hopes to express our diff"erences as a democratic minority rather 
than in open hostility from outside. More and more students from U. of T. in the 
past four years have spent their summers in industrial and agricultural work camps, 
where, in a Christian community, they attempt to discover the relevance of Chris- 
tianity in these specific situations. 

The S.C.M. is not limited to the University of Toronto; it is part of a world wide 
movement of students in forty diff"erent countries who meet regularly at conferences 
for the exchange of ideas and clarification of aims. The S.C.M. feels it is justified in 
claiming to be a pioneer group of modern religious thinking, for seventy-five per cent 
of the delegates to the recent World Council of Churches in Amsterdam had taken 
part in S.C.M. groups in their undergrad days. 4 



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SECOND ROW : David Rotenberg, Treasurer; Barbara Weinberg, Secretary; Irving Applebaum, Vice-President. 
FRONT ROW: Didi Hyde, Freshman Representative; Rabbi Aaron Kamerling, Director; Lorraine Faibish, 
President. 



Hillel Foundation 



Z_y ILLEL is the B'nai B'rith student organization of American and Canadian 
J. -L college campi. The purpose of Hillel is to create an increased awareness and 
appreciation among college students of Jewish traditions and culture, to train the 
Jewish leaders of the future and to build inter-faith goodwill. 

The Hillel programme includes religious, social, cultural and personal services 
and dramatic and interfaith activities. Classes are conducted in many fields of Jewish 
learning and discussion groups emphasize individual participation. Both a news- 
paper and annual literary magazine are published and artistic programmes are pre- 
sented at large mass gatherings of Hillel members. Jewish music, drama and the arts 
are interpreted by gifted men and women in these fields. 

The elected student executive, with the assistance of committees, draws up and 
supervises the programme for the year. Through its programme Hillel seeks to give 
its members a new insight into their valuable Jewish heritage, and to lead them to- 
wards identification with the Jewish people. This programme is self-motivated and 
is under the guidance of the director of the foundation. 

This Christmas a permanent building at 186 St. George St. was acquired for 
Hillel. The twelve rooms contained in this spacious building will be used for a 
chapel, assembly room, music room, library, lecture hall, lounge and office. 4 



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Ernest Fedryk, S.P.S.; Marg Howe, St. Michael's; Fred McFadden, Victoria; Dave Qaiglev, Commisnoner; 
Naomi Strauss, U .C; Catherine Johnson, St. Michael s; Bob McLaughlin, St. Michael s; Carlotta 
Bolton, Trinity. 



U. T. D. U. 

C I HIS year the University of Toronto Debating Union reached maturity. Early in 
-*- the fall the programme was set up to include inter-university debates and region- 
al Canadian debates with universities in Ontario and Quebec. The tours to univer- 
ties in the United States were planned by a committee of three U.T.D.U. members and 
three members from the Hart House Debates Committee. In this way the U.T.D.U. 
was able to provide timely and interesting debates with the finest guest speakers here 
at Toronto. 

The year started off with a debate against Osgoode Hall and was followed by 
debates with Western and the University of Pennsylvania. Between these regional 
debates the U.T.D.U. held inter-university debates with such interesting guest 
speakers as Joseph Salzberg, M.P.P., who spoke on the recognition of the new 
Peoples' Government in China. 

The freedom from debating tours proved its worth in the more careful considera- 
tion and arrangement, and the over-all higher calibre of debating in the U.T.D.U. 
The practice of inviting guest speakers to speak on current events for inter-university 
debating also proved valuable. 

With the experience of a year of successful trial and error behind them in large 
scale co-ed debating, next year's U.T.D.U. should rival our American sisters in the 
calibre, interest and quality of debating. 4. 



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SECOND ROW: Norm Endicott, L. P. P.; joe Casse, C.C.Fj Tom Symons, P.C. 

FRONT ROW: Reva Steinberg, L.P.P.; Dave Quigley, Commissioner; John Metcalfe, Liberal; Henry Bradley, 

Liberal. 



Mock Parliament 

C I HE Mock Parliament Committee of the U.T.D.U. set out this year to provide an 
"^ exposition of the principles of the different university political parties and their 
stand on a few vital issues, through the media of the Mock Parliaments. In the past 
the Parliaments had been concerned with discussions on very minor points of politi- 
cal difference, which meant little to any but the rabid politician. In order to avoid 
this, a permanent speaker with absolute authority was appointed, and the topics 
allowed by the Committee were broader and more indicative of general policy of a 
party. 

Through these means a series of Parliaments resulted that sought out the core of 
party policies, and yet were lively, well ordered and interesting to even the most 
uniformed, politically. 

The apex of the year was reached when the Committee summoned the Parliament 
in the Legislative Chambers of the Provincial Legislature. Here the wisdom of the 
policy pursued was evident, for speeches of the highest quality revealed the policies 
of the four major parties to the two hundred and fifty students assembeld there. 4- 



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Dave Quigley, Cbatrman; GeofF Pearson, V ice-Chairman; Fred McFadden, U.T.D.U. Representative; 

Ed. Eberle, Hart House Representative. 
ABSENT: Bob McLaughlin, U.T.D.U. Representative; ]a.ck Geller, Hart House Representative. 



Joint Committee 

U. T. D. U. and Hart House 

Debates 

C I HE newborn child of the union of the Hart House Debates Committee and the 
-^ U.T.D.U. proved its worth in its first year of life. Prior to this year, Hart House 
and the S.A.C. had carried on a separate and sometimes not a coordinated debating 
programme. However in the field of debating tours a unified programme was possible 
and held advantages for Hart House, the S.A.C. and the students of the university. 

Maintaining a close liaison between their control bodies, the two committees 
formed a sub-committee composed of three members from each group. This joint 
committee received a grant from Hart House and the S.A.C. which enabled it to send 
out two teams to the U.S. and also to take part in the Canadian National Debating 
Tournament. People who had spoken in either a Hart House or U.T.D.U. debate 
were eligible and the highest calibre debaters were sent on extensive tours to the best 
debating universities in the United States and represented the U. of T. at the Canadian 
Tournament. 

With the year of trial behind this committee it will become the body that sends 
our debaters to the finest universities in North America to claim our place as foremost 
in the field of rhetoric. It has a proud place beside those committees which direct our 
debating in the inter-university, regional and political fields. It is the logical result 
of the high standards of debating at the University of Toronto and the proud bearer 
of that skill to our sisters in North America. 4 



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INTERNATIONAL STUDENT SERVICE, U. of T. COMMITTEE 

SECOND ROW: G. A. H. Pearson, Miss L. R. Duff, Miss C. J. Hill, N. G. Ross, Miss N. J. Sootheran, 
R. H. Sadlier, Miss N. E. Graham, F. T. Kingston, W.J. K. McDonald, J. E. Eberle. 

FRONT ROW: Miss S. L. McGrath, G. D. Scroggie, W. G. McDougall, Chairman; Miss J. A. Z. Murray, 
Vice-Chainnan; Miss P. A. Marlow, Miss Jeanne Hunt, J. B. Tinker. 



Ajax Flying Cluh 



I /I XHILE awaiting recognition from the University Caput, the undergraduate 
Ajax Flying Club is taking advantage of better spring flying weather to bring 
its training plan into full operation. Formed by R.C.A.F. veterans at the Ajax 
Division three years ago, the Club has flown over five hundred hours without an 
injury. Within the past year seven beginners have completed their Private Licences 
and nine more from all faculties have begun the thirty-hour government-approved 
course. With the approval of the Air Transport Board, and using the facilities of 
Lome Airways Limited, Toronto Island Airport, the Club provides one of the lowest 
priced pilot training courses in Canada, the membership fee being only $2.00 a year. 
Unusually poor flying weather during the winter restricted flying somewhat but two 
Sunday morning breakfast flights were held to Hamilton Municipal Airport and the 
Ontario County Flying Club at Oshawa, in addition to numerous solo cross-country 
flights. Graduates interested should contact Yves Garneau, MI 7515 or Al Heisey, 
HU0358.4 



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I— y ART House was presented by the Trustees of the Massey Foundation to the University of Toronto. 
To the Rt. Hon. Vincent Massey, Chairman of the Massey Foundation, and at present Chancel- 
lor of the University of Toronto, is due the idea of the House, which was named after his grandfather. 
Hart Massey. The form it assumed was a result of his close co-operation with the architects, the late 
Mr. Henry Sproatt and Mr. Ernest Rolph. Begun in 1911, the shell of the building had just been com- 
pleted on the outbreak of the war of 1914-1918 and it was turned over to the army for the training and 
housing of troops. In 1919 Hart House was officially opened for the use of male students in the Uni- 
versity and since that time has assumed its place as the centre of cultural and recreational activity of the 
University. 

Although it is for the use of men only. Hart House is, perhaps, as close to the realization of the 
idea! house for student activities as any on this continent. In its widest interpretation, it seeks to pro- 
vide for all the activities of the undergraduate's life outside the classroom and laboratory, and to 
maintain a link for the graduate with the University. Built around a quadrangle, it provides archi- 
tecturally a splendid example of the collegiate gothic style, and houses under one roof a finely propor- 
tioned dining-hall, common rooms of every description, a library, a debates room, a music room, a 
small chapel, together with rooms for the use of the Student Christian Movement, an art gallery, a 
print room, completely equipped photographic darkrooms and workrooms, squash racquets courts, a 
well-fitted indoor rifle and revolver range, senior common rooms for both faculty and graduate mem- 
bers, a few bedrooms for guests, offices for the Comptroller's department, the office and private rooms 
of the Warden; and in the athletic wing an upper and lower gymnasium, separate rooms for boxing, 
wrestling and fencing, an indoor running track, a large swimming pool, and the offices of the Financial 
Secretary of the Athletic Association, and the Director of Athletics. Below the quadrangle is the fully- 
equipped Hart House Theatre, with foyer, green room and dressing rooms: it is under the direction of 
the Board of Syndics. 

Every male undergraduate of the University is required to be a member of Hart House towards the 
upkeep of which he pays an annual fee of twelve dollars. Hart House has no private endowment and 
is entirely dependent on its membership fees except for a small revenue obtained from sources within 
the House. 

While the ultimate responsibility for the administration of Hart House rests with the Warden, Mr. 
Nicholas Ignatieff, its care and welfare, is to a large extent, entrusted to the students themselves 
through a number of standing and special committees. All of the committees are composed of a mem- 
ber of the faculty of the University, one or more graduate members, the Warden or other representative 
of the administrative staff, and a large majority of undergraduate members who are elected annually by 
the entire undergraduate membership of Hart House. The activities of all Hart House committees are 
subject to the sanction and authorization of the Board of Stewards.^* 



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HOUSE COMMITTEE IN SESSION 
Mr. M. K. McLachlan, Mr. D. Gilmor, Mr. D. C. Brooks, Mr. H. P. Daniels, Mr. R.J. K. Walmsley, Mr. R. Hassard, 

Mr. G. a. Ford, Mr. H. P. Daniels, Mr. E. A. Wilkinson, Mr. E. A. Wilkinson, Mr. C. A. McCurdy, Mr. G. D. Hart, 

Mr. R. J. K. Walmsley, Mr. R. Hassard, Mr. C. A. McCurdy. The Rev. L. K. Shook, The Warden. 



HoMse Committee 

A S the senior student committee of Hart House the duties of the House Com- 
mittee are many and varied. Their responsibilities include the Annual House 
Elections, the Fall and Spring All University Dances, and, in a word, all matters 
which make for the comfort and convenience of members of Hart House. 4< 




NEW MEMBERS NIGHT 
Mr. p. McClory, Mr. R, Hassard, Mr. G. D. Hart, 
Mr. E. a. Wilkinson. 



THE ANNUAL HOUSE ELECTIONS 
Mr. C. a. McCurdy, Mr. D. C. Brooks, Mr. M. K. McLachlan, 
Mr. T. Creber. 



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Art Committee 

THE current season has seen painting 
from the Atlantic coast to the Rocky- 
Mountains brought to the Art Gallery. 
The trend of this year's exhibitions has 
been towards the showing of younger and 
non-local artists, and to bring to the at- 
tention of the students as large a cross- 
section of Canadian painters as possible. 
Most of the provinces have been repre- 
sented, and many of their younger artists 
have received their first local showings 
at the Hart House Gallery. By continuing 
the series of bi-weekly reviews of these 
exhibitions by prominent Canadian artists 
and critics, and very often by having the 
exhibition reviewed by the painters them- 
selves, the students have been given the opportunity of discussing such contem- 
porary problems as abstract and non-objective art pose to the general public. 

The print room, immediately adjoining the Art Gallery, has provided a con- 
trast to the strictly Canadian paintings found in the permanent collection of Hart 
House, and the visiting exhibitions, by running a series of prints illustrating the 
history of paintings in England and France. 

The Art classes again conducted by Mr. Carl SchaefFer of Toronto, twice weekly 
in the Art Gallery, have again found a consistent following among the students. 4 




Art Class — Carl Schaefer, Instructor 



Music Com^m^ittee 

C I HE Music Committee has presented during the past year, eight Sunday Evening 
JL Concerts and eight Afternoon Recitals, given by artists of the first rank. The 
Sunday Evening Concerts were given by: The Royal Conservatory Opera School; 
the Parlow Piano Quartet; Robert Graham, violinist; the St. Mary Magdalene 
Singers — Dr. Healey Willan, director; Ernesto Vinci, baritone with Sir Ernest 
MacMillan at the piano; George Haddad, pianist; Glenn Gould, pianist; and the 
Hart House Glee Club — Dr. Charles Peaker, director. 

The programme of the Music Committee which consists of the above two re- 
cital series; a series of informal recitals given by undergraduate members; bi-weekly 
Sing-Songs; and the Record Room which has a steadily increasing record library 
and new long-playing equipment; forms an integral part of the life of Hart House. 4 



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Debates Committee 




Hart House Debate, March 27th, 1950, 

Honourable Visitor, Louis St. Laurent, 

Prime Minister of Canada 



(^ t HE debates committee sponsored six 

X debates during the year. The Rt. 
Hon. Hector McNeil, P.C., M.P., British 
Minister of State, was the Honorary 
Visitor at the first debate in October, and 
defended the motion: Resolved that this 
House would welcome the return of a 
labour government in England. Mr. 
McNeil treated us to a display of British 
parliamentary debating at its best and 
was successful in defending the motion. 
In November the motion before the House 
protested "the growing loss of academic 
freedom." The Rev. R. S. K. Seeley, 
Provost of Trinity College, was the Hon- 
orary Visitor. Professor Marcus Long, of 
the Department of Philosophy, attended 
the third debate in December and upheld 

the motion: Resolved that bottle fed babies never grow up. Dr. Eugene Forsey, 
Director of Research of the Canadian Congress of Labour, was present in January to 
debate that "the power of trade unions has increased, is increasing and ought to be 
diminished." Dr. Forsey opposed the motion and was supported by a good majority. 
At the last regular debate the question before the House was: Resolved that a third 
world war is inevitable. Major-General Churchill Mann, former vice-chief 
of the Canadian General Staff, supported the motion, which was defeated. Towards 
the end of March an extra debate was arranged and for the first time in sixteen years 
a Prime Minister of the Dominion debated in Hart House. Mr. St. Laurent upheld 
the resolution: Resolved that there is no effective national alternative to the Liberal 
party. It was defeated on a close vote, 159 to 153- The Committee created pre- 
cedents at this debate by using the Great Hall rather than the Debates Room and 
by declaring it a "special occasion" so that women would be able to hear it. 

On the whole Hart House debating is maintaining the traditions and ideals 
which have become associated with it, and it remains the focal point for debate and 
public discussion on the campus. 4- 



Tahle Tennis Club 

C l^HE third season of the club proved very successful with an active membership 
-*- of 64 players. Pre-Christmas play, held on Monday and Wednesday Evenings, 
was based on interfaculty team competition while post-Christmas play, held on the 
same evenings, was based on individual ability competition. The Graduate team 
won the interfaculty competitions and Don Hall I Vic. won the club trophy as the 
most outstanding competitor. 4. 



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Camera Cluh 



C I HIS year, the Hart House Camera Club had its most successful year. The 
-L membership reached its full capacity of 216 members and most events of the 
Club were well attended. 

The first open meeting in the fall was held for a record-breaking group of mem- 
bers and non-members. The guest speaker was Mr. Nat Turofsky who presented a 
very interesting as well as humorous talk on his experiences as a press photographer. 
The programme for the remainder of the first term consisted of instructional classes, 
and developing, printing, enlarging and mounting, as well as a hike out to the 
Caledon Farm. Movies were held in the Camera Club Room every second week. 

In the second term, the movies were continued and another open meeting was 
held. At this meeting the members were shown an exciting movie of the Wilkins 
Brothers' Travels to Africa as well as a talk on Glamour Photography by Mr. 
Pasquale D'Angelo. However, the feature event of this term and, indeed, of the 
year was the annual exhibition. Here the members, novices and advanced photog- 
raphers, entered and had exhibited the fruits of their labour of the year. In all, 
about 160 prints and 85 colour slides were entered and the judges, consisting of 
Mr. John Steele, Mr. Eric Aldwinkle, Mr. Hargreave and Dr. Haist, whittled that 
number down to 46 prints and 20 colour slides. The prize winners were, in the junior 
class, Mr. D. Sprout for his "Veery"; in the senior group, Mr. R. Wolfe for his 
"Fog on the Campus" and, in the colour section, Mr. W. Blackhall for his colour 
slide "By the Shore". The standard of the exhibition this year was high and, in 
the words of the judges, "showed much creative imagination on selection of subject 
matter, although many prints fell down because of inferior technical qualities". 

With such an extensive programme, the Camera Club of 1949-50 presented to its 
members a year full of instruction and benefit as well as one of comradeship and work . 4. 

Squash Cluh 

/IS usual, squash racquets proved extremely popular in the House, the courts 
CI/jL generally being booked to capacity each day. 

Both graduate and undergraduate members of the House participated with dis- 
tinction in all major tournaments. 

From the graduate team, Mr. W. S. 
Noyes won theToronto and District Squash 
tournament and Mr. J. L. Leibel won the 
Hamilton International Tournament. The 
graduate team won the Ontario Team 
Championship for the 7th time, the 5th 
year in succession. Hart House graduates 
playing as Canadian representatives at the 
American National Squash Tournament 
in New York were Mr. M. R. Boake and 
Mr. J. L. Leibel, who reached the quarter 
finals in the singles. 

Mr. E. Howard, Undergraduate Team 
Captain, was a member of the Canadian 
ream which lost to Boston in the finals 
at the American National Squash Tourna- 
ment and was the only Canadian undefeat- 
ed in team play. Mr. Howard also won 
backrow:J.Barber,r.Ried, MR. Boake, Co^f^/R. Gaunt, the Ontario Slnglcs Championship and 

C. Cameron, ]. McMuRRicH. ^^„iv4^ TvT„ ;„.^l 

cDOMx dom; Mr p u ax r u was runner-up to Mr. Noves in the 

FRONT ROW: N. Conyers, R. Hague, Manager; E. Howard, _, , _,^r . 

0/'/<?/h;J. BiDDELL.j. Herman. 1 otonto and Disttict ioumament.^. 




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Chess Cluh 




A S usual, the Hart House Chess Club 



Ct/J_enjoyed an active and successful 
season. At all hours of the day the room 
contained players engaged in serious, in- 
formal, and very informal play. Noon- 
hour was the time of greatest 
activity, as the outstanding (not neces- 
sarily in strength of play) members gave 
simultaneous exhibitions or kibitzed each 
other's games. 

The formal internal events were won 
by the following: University of Toronto 
and Undergraduate Championships, S. L. 
Blum; Pyramid Ladder Competition, 
R. G. Buck; Rapid Transit Tournament, 
R. F. Rodgers; Interfaculty Team Tourna- 
ment, University College. 

The Club entered five teams in the 
Toronto Chess League, one in each of the 
Premier, Major and Intermediate leagues, and two in the Minor League. The teams 
took third place in the Premier League, first in the Major, second in the Inter- 
mediate and second and third in the Minor. 4. 



Simultaneous Chess Match In Progress 



hihrary Committee 



THIRTY years ago, the founder of Hart House expressed the wish that in the 
House the members of the University might discover the"true education that is to 
be found in the casual book". It is to aid the student to achieve this education that 
the Library Committee of the House directs its efforts. In the belief that the Library 
should be a place set apart from the academic work of the University, the Committee 
follows the practice of approving for purchase, only books of general interest. In 
addition, an effort is made to cater to as wide a variety of literary tastes as possible. 
To this end, only about one-third of the books in the Library are fiction. The re- 
mainder cover a wide enough range to suit a member of any College or faculty. 
An investigation into the popularity of the more serious books seems to indicate 
that in this field at least the selections of the Committee have met with general 
approval. 

At the monthly Library Evenings this year, many excellent speakers have dealt 
with such topics as "Rare Books" and "Cliches in Canadian Writing". Among the 
speakers were: Professor Keith Felling, Mr. James Scott, and Mr. John Gray. 

Following the practice of last year, the Committee has held programmes of 
recordings every Tuesday. Material for these programmes has come from the 
Library's ever-increasing stock of recordings of poem-readings, dramatic orations, 
and Shakespearian excerpts. 4> 



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Radio Club 

I\/ EW in the Hart House family is the Amateur Radio Club whose three score 

Xsmembers pursue the art of radio communication as their hobby. During its 

first season, the group has presented several visiting speakers, conducted classes to 

assist newcomers in obtaining their operators' licenses, provided transmission 

facilities on special occasions and laid plans for expanded activities next year. 

Members staying in Toronto during the coming summer will work on the instal- 
lation of the Club's station VE3BPD at Cawthra Square where the Airforce Amateur 
Radio Service is assisting with quarters and equipment. 

Skills developed in the art are applied to communicating with unseen friends in 
all parts of the world and filling special need in times of national emergency and 
public disaster. 4- 



Archery Club 

C I HE Hart House Archery Club, now 
-I. in its fifth year, had a very busy and 
successful season. Shooting took place in 
the Rifle Range on Tuesday and Thursday 
evenings, and in the C.O.T.C. Drill Hall 
on the last Friday of each month where 
the tournaments took place, allowing city 
clubs to participate. 

Each fall the committee makes an ef- 
fort to encourage beginners in the use of 
club equipment and instruction classes 
are given by Mr. W. A. E. Frost, Domin- 
ion and British Empire Champion. 4. 



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Glee Club 

A GAIN this year the Glee Club was privileged to be under the direction of 
Q/jLDr. Charles Peaker. This was Dr. Peaker's fifteenth year as conductor, and with 
a total membership of over one hundred members the Club had a very successful 
season. The first concert of the year was presented in Convocation Hall at the end 
of November. The programme included a selection of carols and was enthusiastic- 
ally received by the music critics. In mid-December a recording of carols was made 
for the CBC which was broadcast on Christmas Eve on a nation-wide network. 
The final concert of the year was the Hart House Sunday Evening Concert in the 
Great Hall at the end of February. A capacity audience demanded several encores 
and the presentation was considered to be well up to the high standards set by the 
Club in previous years. 

Next year the Glee Club Committee hopes to be able to arrange an out of town 
concert involving an exchange between the Club and a group from another Univer- 
sity. In addition a social evening is planned for the beginning of the year to help 
the members to become acquainted. 4> 



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Residences 



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RESIDENCES 




CODY HOUSE 

BACK ROW: Barbara Smith, Marilyn Woodley,Ann Sinclair, Jo-AnneRatz, Joan Keldav, Margaret Foster, 
Marie-Ann Kokotow, Dolores Adler, Estelle Shore, Jean Oldfield, Katharine Yardley, Lenore King, 
Muriel Sutherland, Helene McCuUough, Sally Hogg. 

CENTRE ROW: Kay Coulter, Arden Thompson, Nancy Derry, Marg Sheridan, Isobel Mason, Fran Bysche, 
Isobel Wilson, Joan Cowan, Donna Klie, Shirley Speck, Marg Dodd, Charlotte Finkle, Helen McDon- 
ald, Jean Davidson, Jane Austen, Zara Gittleson, Thelma Grader. 

FRONT ROW : Jean Gillan, Jane Ratz, Marion Mclntyre, Pancilla McPherson, Violet Koson, Isobel 
Poolton, Marjorie McLorn, Eleanor Lever, Jean Truemner, Olga Kidick, Liz Ross, Miriam Hertz, 
Phyllis Lugg, Lidia Lagodich, Elaine Rutherford. 




HUTTON HOUSE 

FOURTH ROW: Joan Schedewitz, Mary Auvinen, Elizabeth Murgatroyd, Lorna Knight, Norma Harrison, 
Margaret Allen, Helen McPhee, Ann Washington, Marilyn Craig, Sylvia ChernofF, Joan Candee. 

THIRD ROW: Claire Kelleher, Beverly Williamson, Audrey Morris, Susan McKay, Jean McLean. Barbara 
Pitts, Rachael McKay, Patricia Delacourt, Patricia Parkinson, Louise Biely, Aida McMillan. 

SECOND ROW: Julia Leech, Rheta Rwelis, Jeanette Fisher, Shirlev Noakes, Victereene Draper, Mary 
Ellen Roos, Miss McCrimmen, Jane Abbott, Georgia Phillips, Marian Malpass, Ann White. 

FRONT ROW: Norah McQueen, Anna Lee, Ann Prytula, Reta Wald, Shirley Egier, Ruth Herman 

ABSENT: Catherine Anne Schade, Carol Hopton. 



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RESIDENCES 




MULOCK HOUSE 

FOURTH ROW: Joyce Prentice, Joan MacGregor, Diane Riddell, Constance Brodie, Ann Brown, Dulcie 
Orme, Ruth Hernsberger, Anita Hicks, Elizabeth May, Barbara Hovsepian, Lorraine Smith, Eliza- 
beth Sheridan, Shirlev Kirby, Margaret Jane Loucks, Margaret Campbell, Wilda Scarrow. 

THIRD ROW: Ruth Knight, Joan Rumball, Margaret Holmes, Nora Jones, Julie Mulveney, Doreen Smith, 
Mary Halos, Lillian Zolobchuck, Loretta Purser, Jacqueline Olvan, Frances Helper, Marjorie Cramm, 
June Adams, Anne Metcalfe, Karlvn HoUis, Joan Mollard, Catherine Haddow. 

SECOND ROW: Mary McDerment, Marjorie Archibald, Alena Cody-Williams, Isabel Ward, Dorothy 
Henry, Barbara Cornes, Patricia Hanna, Joan Crysdale, Miss Deardon, Joan Dauphinee, Jane Arm- 
strong, Laura Monsaroff, Eunice Davies, Elizabeth Belt, Yarka Pletichova. 

FRONT ROW: Nora Neimeier, Audrey Everitt, Audrey Parrett, Betty Jean Freel, Elaine Wood, Mavis Bain, 
Barbara Dunford, Nancy Danby, Doreen Stephenson, Elaine McNichol, Janet Webster. 




FALCONER HOUSE 

FOURTH ROW: Alice Lukacs, Helen O'Brien, Susan Gower, Polli Duff, Lib. McKay, Jean Saunderson, 
Bernice Peritz, Marv Wright, Marilvn Peever, Dorothy Morrison, Margaret West, Barbara Smithers, 
Phyllis Huehn. 

THIRD ROW: Geraldine Barnes, Evelyn Humphries, Lois Sutherland, Ruth Ratz, June Rowat, Allistaire 

Grant, O. J. Piper, Betty Hutchison, Daphne Young, Muriel Chinn, Beverley Simmers, Jane Campbell 

Jean McNiece, Ruth Haines, Eleanor Bailey. 
SECOND ROW: Jane Baetz, Mary Atkinson, Liz. Stone, Georgia Riddell, Joan Carley, Jane Symon, Rosana 

Kelly, HeadGtrl; Miss L. Roa, Don; Margaretta Goodearle, Margaret Clarke, Marion Shaw, Mary 

King, Betty Swartz, Carol Hoffman, Mary McClure. 
FRONT ROW: Halia Kisilick, Sally MacDonald, Jean McPhail, Pat Riley, Marcia Wagner, Judy Carew, 

Peggy Peet. 



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146 ST. GEORGE 

FOURTH ROW: Mary Frances Daniel, Anita Wecker, Colleen Kindree, Beverley Pringle, Marjorie Lavers, 

Peggv Koughan, Elaine Cohen. 
THIRD ROW: Lorna Boyce, Elinor Calnan. 

SECOND ROW: Joan Langley, Joan Roy, Patricia Orange, Charmian Reading. 
FRONT ROW: Mary Augustine, Leonore Steiner, Jeanne McGraw. 
ABSENT: Malca Goldenberg, Helen-Mary McNichol, Susan Semevan, Lillian Scott, Norma Shankman, 

Katherine Tvrrell. 




LA MAISON FRANCAISE 

THIRD ROW: Beth Thompson, Muriel Porter, Eva Lewin, Constance Young, Pearl Breslin, Kathleen 

Miller, Dulcie Powell, Mary Gray, Inikajanecek. 
SECOND ROW: Waltrout Konwalina, Vivien Julien, Barbara Parker, Miss J. Gillespie, Don: Isabel Lee, 

Mary MacNiece. 
FRONT ROW: Betty Haworth, Jean Jack, Virginia Shipley, Mary Skeans. 



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RESIDENCES 




ST. JOSEPH'S COLLEGE HOUSE COMMITTEE 
SECOND ROW: Mary Schenk, Mary Ann Wheeler. 
FRONT ROW: Catherine Johnson, Eleanor Sherlock, Pat Qiiinn. 




LORETTO COLLEGE HOUSE COMMITTEE 
SECOND ROW: Ann Black, Elaine Kirvin, Clare Forde. 
FRONT ROW: Grace Ann Twohey, Pamela Latour, Head of House; ]o3.n Brown. 



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SECOND ROW: J. Boon, Head of Second Year; E. Revell, Head of First Year;]. Hills, Head of Third Year. 
FRONT ROW: J. Tyrwhitt, Head of College; Mrs. Kirk wood. Dean of Women;}. Rous, S.A.C. Representative. 



Su Hilda^s College 
House Committee 

/TS an advisory committee to the St. Hilda's College Meeting, the House Com- 
"^mittee serves as an important link between the staff and the student body. Its 

task is to discuss the rules and activities of residence life before they are formally 

presented at the College Meeting. 

The Committee is made up of the Principal, Mrs. Kirkwood, the Head of College, 
the Heads of the three lower years, the second Heads of all the resident years, and the 
S.A.C. representative. 

Because St. Hilda's is a college as well as a residence, the College Meeting is an 
institution in its own right. It provides the opportunity for discussion and resolu- 
tion of all the problems that arise during the academic year. As well as the routine 
business of both residents and non-residents, the Meeting keeps St. Hildians in touch 
with the wider issues of the University as a whole. # 



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RESIDENCES 



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FOURTH ROW: D. J. Kettle, K. G. Musclow, R. L. Smith, H. R. Hutchings, I. V. Hill, L. M. Keav, 
M. A. Neuwelt, W. B. Kay, W. G. MacLeod, D. S. Edwards, R. G. Lippert, R. D. Brown, R. E. Baum. 

THIRD ROW: A. Slama, W P. Ruttle, S. G. Dyke, V, Stafl, J. A. Christensen, G. R. Wallace, R. E. Light- 
foot, S. R. Crawlev, R. L. Bradley, J. G. Turnbull, K. E. Noble, J. R. Hunter, W. G. Davis, 
M. T. King, R. J. Widdicombe. 

SECOND ROW: L. Lippert, H. T. Law, B. D. MacDonald, N. J. Jones, W. D. Woodruff, A. B. Ferguson, 
Doii.C. T. Bissell, DeanjC Leprich, President;^. H. Graham, G. L. Elmer, W. G. Brown. 

FRONT ROW: W. F. Francis, D. G. S. Newton, H. W. Lubbock, J. W. Trebble, W. J. McDowall, 
E. H. Orser, J. T. Yamada, J. Y. Eedy, J. D. O'Flynn. 

ABSENT: P. Babarik, J. R. MacLeod, F. E. La Brie, Don. 

Holwood House 

T T^DT WOOD HOUSE — that stately mansion on Queen's Park, a land mark of a 
J. -L bygone era, a home away from home for 50-50 fellows from all over Canada, 
the U.S.A. and Europe. We entered as 50 different kinds and types, but now we have 
become fused to-gether and we are Holwood Men. We may graduate from the Uni- 
versity of Toronto, from University College, but it will be Holwood House that we 
shall have to leave behind. It is the centre of all our activities, and although not 
quite the centre of all University activities, yet we may be justly proud of the part 
Holwood men have played in athletics, in campus clubs, and even in the academic 
field. 

Not all of their time has been taken up with campus activities, there was still 
plenty of time left over for the four official house dances, that afternoon game of 
ping-pong, that odd game of bridge or canasta and of course those mid-night bull- 
sessions. 

Yes Holwood House has been a grand place to live. May future students have the 
luck that we have had. May they too have a Holwood to live in.4- 



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RESIDENCES 




FOURTH ROW; G. R. B. Hodgson, C. M. T. Hanlv, J. B. Lavis, J. Q. Bliss, C. D. Minor, D. B. Gillies, 
W. C. Lawrence, A. F. R. Brown, G. M. Sillers, D. B. Gill, R. Y. W, Campbell, D. R. Johnston. 

THIRD ROW: H.J. Golding, ]. S. Bull, G. W. Schaefer, A. W. Lewis, J. Young, A. A. Lee, R. A. F. Suth- 
erland, R. W. Pauli, D. R. K. Rose, G. W. Slinger, J. E. Ruch, R. P. Slinger. 

SECOND ROW: H. A. C. Shaw, Librarian; R, L. Whaley, Treasurer; M.J. Mowbray, Vice-President; 
C. T. Bissell, Dean; D. D. Evans, President: G. G. McCaffrey, Tutor; A. J. Shaw, H.C.A.P.A.; 
T. M. Eberlee, Secretary; ]. M. Neelin, Head of Freshmen. 

FRONT ROW: B. L. Cox, W. Filipiuk, G. D. Thompson. 

ABSENT: L. N. Free!, W.J. A. Power, J. C. Deadman, F. G. Brauer. 



73 Su George Su 



lA/lTH the days of "73 now definitely numbered (this year, next year, some- 
'■^ ^ time . . . !), the House can look back upon the past year with pride and quiet 
satisfaction in the knowledge that it has carried forward the aspirations, achieve- 
ments, ideals and customs (rather odd, some of these!) with which "73" has become 
endowed since first opening its doors as a Residence, a generation ago. 

Entering the year with an unusually large influx of freshmen, occasioned by the 
graduation last year of all but three veterans, the House has contributed largely and 
enthusiastically to the achievements of its University and College — possessing, in 
this connection, far more than its fair share of "leaders" . 

And so may it be in the future — for this is no obituary. Throughout a quarter of a 
century the foundations have been laid, and they cannot easily be cast away. 

Thus, when the new residence has arisen, let the inmates ponder this, and past 
volumes of Torontonensis; and let them dedicate themselves not, indeed, to the 
maintenance of their happy and abundant heritage, but rather to its transcendence. 

Vale — atque Salve !4> 



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BURWASH HALL, MEN'S RESIDENCE COUNCIL 

SECOND ROW: E. Yoshioka, Gaudier House; M. Taylor, Don; Prof. J. S. Wood, Don; Prof. J. A. Davison, 

Don; Rev. H. E. Moorhouse, Don; S. W. Anderson, Bowles House; J. H. Harvey, Nelles House; 

W. K. McGillis, Ryerson House. 
FIRST ROW: J. A. Lougheed, Caven House; G. H. Maynes, Gate House;]. E. Cruise, South House, Chairman; 

Rev. W. O. Fennel), Senior Tutor; B. G. Smillie, tiorth House, Secretary-Treasurer; N. W. Bell, Middle 

House; F. C. Stokes, Don. 
ABSENT: B. A. Barton, Don;]. E. Hawkins, Don; Dr. W. B. McClintock, Don. 



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ANNESLEY STUDENT GOVERNMENT ASSOCIATION 

THIRD ROW: Ernestine Gardiner, President of Annes/ey; Elizabeth MacLennan, President of Oaklawn; Aileen 
Hewitt, President of 127 Bloor; Barbara MacLennan, First Year Representative; Isobel McBlain, Third 
Year Representative; Carolvn Cox, President of 147 Bloor; Barbara Taylor, First Year Representative; 
Marie Salter, President of 151 Bloor; Pat German, President of Addison. 

SECOND ROW: Ann Carruthers, Secretary; Catherine Wegenast, President; Miss Jessie MacPherson, Dean of 
Women; ]ein Graham, F/re-Frej/^i?;//-; Tove Jensen, Treasurer. 

FRONT ROW : Joan Hanley , Second Year Representative; Isobel Tanner, President of Wymilwood; Ruth Jourdan, 
President of S5 Charles; Margaret Arbuckle, Fourth Year Representative. 



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RESIDENCES 




ST. MICHAEL'S COLLEGE, MORE HOUSE 

BACK ROW: R. Chartrand, N. Beauchesne, W. Sharpe, S. McWilliams, W. Hart, E. Ricci, F. Huard, 
S. Neill, D. Wallace, W. Mitchell, K. Mclntyre, R. Brown, T. McRae, D. Lalonde. 

SECOND ROW: P. Primeau, }. Prescott, J. O'Donahue, G. Garossino, F. Burke-GafFnev, Rev. D. T. Faught, 
C.S.B.; D. Quiglev, R. Coleman, E. Boyle, Mr. J. Keon, C.S.B. 

FRONT ROW: G. Hendricks, A. Viola, C. Lang, D. Charron, G. McKeown, G. Larmer, P. Duffy, 
A. Cecutti. 




ST. MICHAEL'S COLLEGE, HOUSE 97 

THIRD ROW: G. Petrini,T. Kovach, S. Wiechorek, B. Burke, W. Farell, E. Serafini, ). Huschilt. 
SECOND ROW : L. Cossato, ). Boulet, C. Lvnch, Y. Bienvenue, E. O'Rourke, S. Carr,'R. Mudge, T. Adams. 
FRONT ROW: T. Horton, M. Burkniak, N. Belak, Mr. J. Gordon, C.J".B.; Rev. Cullen, C.i".B.; Mr. Stokes, 
C.S.B.; P. Moonan, R. Kellv, R. McLaughlin. 



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ST. MICHAEL'S COLLEGE, HOUSE 2 

FOURTH ROW; J. Vitali, T. Hennessey, D. Murphy, M. Kennedy, B. Wood, J. Dewey, G. Johnson, 

J. Tracy, R. Knollmeyer, J. Roark, J. Seattle, J. Michalski. 
THIRD ROW: J. Guinette, J. Burke, T. Edmonstone, F. Kovacs, C. Quinn, P. joy, M. McMann, R. Francis, 

R. Keane, T. Flvnn, G. Tetzel, 
SECOND ROW: J. Ranalli, P. Forestell, E. Curtin, M. McAuliffe, C.S.B.; Rev. J. Kelly C.S.B.; G. Poupore, 

C.S.B.G. Well, R. Galllvan, M. Sabadasz,J. Rossi. 
FRONT ROW: R. Barrv, L. Cavasin, P. Klem, R. Couceiro, J. Mahoney, D. McNerney, A. O'DriscoU, 

J. Leon 
ABSENT: F. McGrann, A. Albanese. 




ST. MICHAEL'S COLLEGE, HOUSE 13 

FOURTH ROW: D. Murnane, T. Cover, R. Hess, J. Regan, G. Eckert, P. Lorch, B. Dalv, A. Reichert. 
THIRD ROW: R. Curry, W. Brown, H. Gardner, P. Tierney, W. Quigley, E. Vojtisek, P. Dooling, 

G. Washington, W. Cashion. 
SECOND ROW: E. Hughes, R. King, V. McCarthy, Mr. Young, C.S.B.; T. Mauchlev, I. McKenna, Rev. 

OToole, C.S.B.;}. McDermott, B. Lynn, E. b'Keefe,-Mr. Huvcke, C.S.B.; G. Walls. 
FRONT ROW: F. Rossi, V. Rambusch, R. Collichio, E. Donovan,' R. Warne, J. Cummings, R. LeFrois, 

R. Loftus, R. Sweeney, P. Brison. 



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ST. MICHAEL'S COLLEGE, HOUSE 10 

STANDING: A. D'Ascoli, L. Ruetz, J. Sorgenfrei, W. Murphy, J. Murphy, B. Mason, P. Lappetito, 
J. Turner, G. Barrett, L. Dewan, M. Mogan, T. Dillon, R. Sullivan, R. Pigott, R. Maclntyre, R. Neill, 
J. Davin. 

SEATED: A. Nastasiuk, W. O'Hara, D. Doyle, Mr. Doser, C.S.B.; E. Neville, Father Conway, T. Flynn. 
L. Flaherty, Mr. Bannon, Ci'.B.;T. Kane, R. Belmont, D. Murphy. 




STANDING: A. Woodrow, S. Previdsa, P 

E. BellefeuiUe, Rev. J. Dorsev, C.S.B. 
SEATED: C. Wheeler, T. Harcourt,' M. Heffer, }. Murphv 



ST. MICHAEL'S COLLEGE, HOUSE 63 

Goeters, G. Cole, J. Bateman, L. Martin, M. Kelly, 



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ST. MICHAEL'S COLLEGE, FISHER HOUSE 
THIRD ROW: W. Ross, T. Howcroft, F. Walker, D. Mulligan, J. Ryan, P. Brown. 
SECOND ROW. R. Kelly, A. Schueler, R. Ringwood, M. Pechan, P. Garner, C. Schnorr, R. Bussey, 

W. Kasper, H. Bilsborough, V. Howcroft, P. Pidkowich, G. Kozoriz. 
FRONT ROW : J. Brennan, J. Howes, D. Robertson, Rev. E.G. Pappert, C.S.B.; P. Albanese, C. MacDonnell. 




Engineers ! ! 



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The Co-op is a completely student managed organiza- 
tion. Above is pictured Dick Burns (internal auditor), 
Craig Upfold (treasurer), Frank Mooney (general 
manager), discussing financial affairs. 



The Board of Directors, elected by the general mem- 
bers three times yearly, and consisting of 8 members, 
meet weekly to execute the business of the co-op. 
Members are Mac McEwan, Mary Hackney, Edi 
Campana (secretary), Eugene Rvan, Bill Montgomery 
Don McKellar, Jocelyn Cunningham, Bill Ives and 
Jack Dodds. 




Campus 

Co-operative 

Residence 

Inc. 



Economy is achieved by members doing most of the 
work. Above is pictured Joe Holborn and Barb 
Hughes washing supper dishes. 




The Co-op is neutral in race. Esmee Carr (Trinidad), 
Sigmund Knaul (Polish D.P. student from Germany), 
and Ferdy Beenfeldt (Norway) meet to discuss the 
fundamental principles of consumers' Co-ops. 




The Co-op boasts the only co-educational dining room 
on the campus. Here are represented members of all 
faculties; John Shemilt (Arts), Gerry Skelton (House- 
hold Science), Bert Mewha (Dents), Ann Wilson 
(O.T.), Carl Blackmore (S.P.S.), Marg. Doyle 
(P.H.E.), and Roger Hicks (Meds). 



President Bill Montgomery conducts monthly general 
meeting. 



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Vic^s Corner ♦ . . ♦ in pictures 



It Began with Stunt Nite . . . 




. . AND 
THEN THE 

Bob 



Miss Middle House; Stunt Nite 




Bob Quartet 



The Referees: Bob Apple Battle 



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There Was a Float But 




The '"Remains" in the Home-Coming Parade 



AND THEN THE MULOCK CuP AGAIN . . . WITH MuSIC 




The Mulock Cup Parade 



The Scarlet and Gold Light Infantry and 
Regimental Band 



AND THE Dramatics Show 




Drama : All My Sons 



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CAMPUS LIFE 

While All The Time They Eat At . . 




BuRvvASH Special 

The Tuck Shop 

. . . And Others^ Troop to 
Eaton Auditorium to See . . . 

"We Give You The Scarlet and Gold" 





The New Subway 

. . But for Residence Men 
THE Year is Over With . . . 




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"Burp Line" 



Residence Formal Banquet 



CAMPUS LIFE 



Dents' 



Social 



Activities 



Soph Frosh 




At-Home X 





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St. MichaePs College Views 



1). The common room decorated for the At-Home. 



3). Arts Banquet. Mr. C. P. McTague, Mr. P. Conroy, 
Mr. D. Quigley. 




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CAMPUS LIFE 





ST. MICHAEL'S COLLEGE 
VIEWS 

1). The Shooting op Dan McGraw. 

2). The Philosophers Club. 

3). Bob Warne . . . Going Up! 

4) No Music Either! 

'i i. The Christmas Carnival . . . 
Sideshow to boot! 

6) Little weak in defence. 





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CAMPUS LIFE 




ARCHITECTS' 



ZN their second year, as a separate faculty, the architects' activities 
have ranged far and varied greatly. During the summer vaca- 
tion, students from the University of Toronto School of Architecture 
were to be found all over the continent — from Vancouver to Boston, 
from Florida to Mexico. But in mid-September, they all converged 
on Toronto for another session at Convocation Hall Annex. Second 
Year immediately departed for downtown Toronto and a practical 
building course at the Ryerson Institute. Third, Fourth and part of 
Fifth Years moved off to the dripping northland for ten days at 
Sketch Camp, and the rest of Fifth Year left for a field trip 
to Tennessee. 

While the Second Year were learning how carpenters and brick- 
iavers work, the others were up at the Dorset Sketch Camp dodging 
the rain drops. Though the swimming and sun-bathing were not up 
to par, the Camp proved to be the usual fine introduction to another 
year of work at school. The proceedings were enlivened this year by 
a show staged by the staff and students. Mr. Madill, head of the 
school, and Mrs. Madill drove up to Dorset to see this performance. 

The three-car motorcade of Fifth Year students led by Jim 
Murray and Henry Fleiss was meanwhile burrowing its way into the 
southland. The main purpose was to see the work done by the 
Tennessee Vallev Authority as one of the finest examples of large 
scale regional planning, but much work of interest was visited along 
the wav. Highlights were Chatham Village, the Berlin and Frank 
houses in Pittsburgh, the Oak Ridge plant, the Terrace Plaza Hotel 
in Cincinnati, and Saarinen's and Wright's work in Detroit. They 
spent three days at Knoxville and drove out to Norris, Watts Bar and 
Fontana dams: the flags from the highway slalom course in the 
Smokv Mountains are reminders of Luckv Barnes thrilling driving 
on the way to Fontana. The more affluent members of the party 
staved at the Terrace Plaza Hotel on the way back, and the whole 
group spent several hours investigating this unique structure — a 
luxurious hotel on top of two departmental stores. 

This group visited Cranbrook and talked with Mr. Saarinen, 
then saw Mr. Afleck's house and another Wright house under con- 
struction. The last day of the trip was spent at the Detroit Art 
Gallery viewing the exhibition, "For Modern Living". The 
enthusiasm of those who went on this trip was so great that it is 
hoped another one of similar scope will be arranged for next year. 



1. President Smith presents the Alumni Trophy to Architectural Society President Ian 
Maclennan. 

2. The exhibition of British Columbia architecture arranged by V Year in their draughting 
room. 

3. Buckminster Fuller being met at Malton as he arrives for his lecture in December, 

4. Triumphant parade at half-time in Varsity Stadium by the prize-winning float at Home- 
coming Weekend. 




CAMPUS LIFE 



ACTIVITIES 



After hearing about all the things to see in Detroit, the Fourth 
and Fifth Years later went down for a week-end. Another party 
spent a week-end at Des Joachims seeing the new power develop- 
ment under construction there. Still to come is a field trip to 
Cleveland and Buffalo. 



The first major extra-curricular activity of the whole school was 
the Float Parade at Homecoming Week-end. In spite of the ever- 
present call dates for problems, the entire student body worked hard 
and produced a float which won the prize. Spectators at the game in 
the afternoon will probably never forget the screech of the air 
whistles as the Train of Tomorrow paraded around the Stadium at 
half-time. 



The First Term Dance at the Top Hat was a huge success with the 
largest turnout of staff and students to date. At the same time many 
of the architects were helping to make Skule Nite the big success 
that it was. The architects' contributions were to set-design and 
special effects and, of course, the chorus line. 

The most ambitious financial undertaking of the year was the 
presentation of Buckminster Fuller's lecture in Convocation Hall. 
This was a large scale operation, and would not have been successful 
without the cooperation of the whole school, .'\nother noted 
speaker will be presented during the Spring Term. This phase of 
undergraduate activity is of particular importance since it serves the 
three-fold purpose of giving the students contact with a man of 
recognized merit in their field, introducing to the lav and profes- 
sional public of the city a noteworthy man, and giving valuable 
organizational experience to the undergrads who arrange the lecture. 

The exhibition of British Columbia architecture arranged by the 
Fifth Year brought before the students a fine picture of the excellent 
modern work being done on the west coast of Canada. This and all 
the other activities of the school in which students participated 
shows just how much the undergraduate at Toronto can contribute 
to his own education. Besides the purelv instructional merit of this 
work, it has helped to mould the entire undergraduate body of the 
school into a well-integrated and lively group. The extent of the 
arcljitects activities will make 5T0 a significant vear in the history 
of the School of Architecture at Toronto. "^ 



5- V Year students on lopof T.\', A, Watts Bar Dam south of Knox vi lie, Tennessee. 

6. IV Yeat students visit Mr. Affleck's Frank Lloyd Wright designed house in Detroit. 

7. Some of V Year at Mr. Frank's house in Pittsburgh. This was designed by Gropius and 
Breuer. 

8. IV and V Years at the Des Joachims power development. 

9. Lunch at Dorset Sketch C^mp, (Professor) Carswell presiding. 










Institutional M^anagement 
Campus Life 




Pat Millar, Mr. S. F. Cork, Dalton Caswell, Marilyn 
YoRATH, Mr. Haffey, Scholarships 1949. Hotel 
Association Scholarships — Marilyn Yorath, Dalton 
Caswell, Patricia Millar. 



Gord Mitchell, Second Year President receiving 
Carling's Hospitality Scholarship, presented by Cliff 
Hale. 



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Dick Brown Goes Through Western 





Our Wonderful Cheerleaders 



Only Two Feet on the Ground." 




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CAMPUS LIFE 




The Blue and White Band Supports I.S.S. 
Also A Contribution From Queen's and one From Western, Too 




Smoke Screen 



CAMPUS LIFE 




The Blue and White Society 



Brings Kallinike and Menagerie to the Campus 




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SEE YOU AT THE 




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OCTOBER 28th to 30th, 1950 



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WEEK END 



Oh Yes, Skule Was There too 




Wake" For Western 




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A University is a Lot of Things . 




And Noon-Time Sing-Songs 
IN Hart House 




Living in Residence 



And Rehearsing for the Orchestra 




And Square Dancing in the upper 
Gym. 



It is Helping Others Less Fortunate 
Than Yourself . . . 




Dean Tupper, Sol Friendly, and Phil Cockshutt of S.P.S. present the proceeds from the 
Skule Auction to the Hospital for Sick Children. 



. . . And, of Course, Football 



Initiations . . . 



. . . And Elections 




Gilles Bergeron and Bob Hetherington, Student Council 
Presidents from U. of M. and Varsity get together. 




Meeting With 
Students from other 
Universities ... 



. . . And Looking For a Job When It's all 
Over. 




CAMPUS LIFE 



Inter "Faculty Rivalry 




U.C. Swiped the Skule Cannon 
(Captured by Meds last year) 



So the Engineers 

Retaliated 





and Took the U.C. Dragon 



And Also Got a Bigger and 
Better (?) Cannon. 




The Engineers Practised Long and Hard for the Chariot Race. 



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CAMPUS LIFE 




VARSITY STUDENTS: 

1). Played ping-pong and 2). tilted at each other in 
Hart House. 

3). Dove off goal-posts at footdall games. 

4). and 5). Welcomed Dr. and Mrs. MacBurney to 
the Faculty of Medicine. 

6). Applied make-up and 7). Worked on a thesis for 
Architecture. 




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CAMPUS LIFE 




Viscount and Lady Alexander Inspect the new 
Wallberg Building. 




Prime Minister St. Laurent At- 
tends A Debate in Hart House. 



Another Stone is Set in the Arch Under 
the Soldiers' Tower. 




The Old Si and Gdi.s Down . 



And the New One Goes Up. 



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CAMPUS LIFE 




Hart House Line-up: At the Barbershop and in the Tuckshop 



Hart House Purchased a Farm in The Cale 
DON Hills for an Outing Club. 





Stella — Upside Down 



. . . And Right Way Up, With Bob Cringan and 
Some of the Boys in the Band, Planning a new- 
Manoeuvre. 




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Women^s Athletics 




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WOMEN'S ATHLETICS 




Women^s 

Senior **T^^ Holders 

1950 



BADMINTON 
Mary Matthews 
Jane Matthews 
Pat Montgomery 

BASKETBALL 
Denise Crowe 
Margaret Doyle 
Betty Fitzgerald 
Thelnta Henderson 
Karlyn HolUs 
Rosana Kelly 
Eleanor Lever 
Beverley Morrison 
Ann Oaks 

HOCKEY 
Irene Hain 
Alison Jeffries 
Mary Macpherson 
Jane Macklin 
Diane Rogers 



SKIING 

Constance Sparrow 

SWIMMING 

Jean Cossar 
Margaret Harrington 
Phyllis Manning 
Zaira Murray 

VOLLEYBALL 
Dodie Jones 

TENNIS 

Evelyn Aiken 
Barbara AUmond 
Beverley Downey 
Pat Montgomery 



WOMEN'S ATHLETIC DIRECTORATE 



Mrs. W. A. Kirkwood, President 

Dr. Florence Quinlan 

Dr. Frances Stewart 

Miss Zerada Slack 

Miss A. E. M. Parkes, Secretary 

Jean Cossar 



Alison JefFeries 
Rosana Kelly 
Jane Matthews 
Diane Rogers 
Joan Somerville 
Dorothy Stillwell 



CLUB PRESIDENTS 



Archery — Claire Kelleher 
Badminton — Elizabeth Russell 
Basketball — Catherine Catto 
Bowling — Elizabeth Ross 
Hockey — Donna Haley 



Skiing — Conn Sparrow 

Softball — Norma Pinnock 
Stfimming — Zaira Murray 
Tennis — Pat Montgomery 
Volleyball — Thelma Henderson 



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WOMEN'S ATHLETICS 




WOMEN'S INTERCOLLEGIATE BASKETBALL TEAM 

SECOND ROW: Mary Lewis, Catherine Schenk, Jane Timmins, Karlyn Hollis, Thelma Henderson, 

Alma Hatch, Catherine Catto, Manager. 
FIRST ROW; Ann Oakes, Denise Crowe, Rosana Kelly, Eleanor Lever, Captain; Margaret Doyle, 

Beverley Morrison. 
ABSENT: Miss Mary Barnett, Coach. 



Women's Athletics 

/T was as usual a busy year for all women athletes in the University and particu- 
larly for those who were responsible for the organization of the various Clubs. 
All sports enjoyed a most successful season with the exception of skiing, and this 
must be blamed on the vagaries of the Canadian winter rather than a lack of interest 
in the sport. 

Intramural Basketball enjoyed a most successful year. Twenty-three teams 
participated and the championship was finally won by St. Michael's for the ftrst 
time since 1937, under the captaincy of Betty Fitzgerald. The "Bronze Baby" also 
came home again with the Intercollegiate team. The meet was held in Montreal 
and every credit is due to the coach, Miss Mary Barnett and to the team which was 
built up with only two players from last year's team as a nucleus. 

Softball boasted twelve teams and after a hard schedule, prolonged by rain and 
hampered by cold, P.H.E. I, Vic. I, Meds. and St. Mike's ended up in the semi- 
finals. It took three hard fought games between Vic. and P.H.E. before the latter 
emerged victorious in the finals. 

The annual invitation golf tournament was again arranged by University College 
and was welcomed by the golfers who have no other Opportunity for University 
competition. The low gross was won by Carol Hopton, U.C. II; Bowling again 
proved a popular recreational sport, about 175 students participating. 



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WOMEN'S ATHLETICS 




WOMEN'S INTERCOLLEGIATE VOLLEYBALL TEAM 

SECOND ROW: Joan Lynn, Sylvia Holmes, Bev. Lowry, Eileen Jackson, Maralyn Jones. 

FIRST ROW: Dodie Jones, Shirley Brown, Muriel Chinn, Playing Manager; Pat Conway, Captain; 

Eve Aiken, Tove Jensen. 
ABSENT: Mary Mahon, Miss Alice Entwistle, Co^c/). 

Volleyball also had an excellent year. Fifteen teams participated in the intra- 
mural series with P.H.E. I again winning the championship against the dark horse 
Meds team in the finals. Toronto won an invitation game at McMaster at home but 
were beaten out in the meet in Hamilton by the home team. This was the first meet 
of its kind ever held and it was very successful, with Western and MacDonald 
College as the other participants. 




The Intramural Tennis Tournament 
showed some good material. The four 
winners, Pat Montgomery, Barbara All- 
mond, Evelyn Aiken and Beverley Downey 
represented Toronto in the Intercollegiate 
Meet at London and were edged out by 
McGill by only a single point. 



WOMEN'S INTERCOLLEGIATE 
TENNIS TEAM 

SECOND ROW: P.^T Montgomery, Captain; Beverley 

Downey. 
FIRST ROW: Barbara Allmond, Evelyn Aiken. 



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WOMEN'S INTERCOLLEGIATE HOCKEY TEAM 

SECOND ROW: Laura Fletcher, Betty Jane Fraser, Barbara Weatherhead, Irene Haine, Elva 

Rampton, Irma Bullock, Joan Beattie, Nancy Cannon. 
FIRST ROW: Donna Haley, Diane Rogers, Mary MacPherson, Harry Boyd, Coach; Alice Jamieson, 

Captain; Jane Macklin, Jean Gillan. 
ABSENT: Alison Jeffries. 

With a twelve-team group, intramural hockey again had a hard-fought series. 
The perennial rivals, P.H.E. I and Vic. I, played two scoreless draws before P.H.E. I 
slipped in the winning goal in the third game. An All-Varsity team was again 
chosen from the best in intramural ranks and played home and home games with 
Queen's. In both cases Varsity was the victor by an appreciable margin. 



Archery, under the coaching of Miss 
Zerada Slack, developed into a husky two- 
year old, and both intramural and inter- 
collegiate competition increased consider- 
ably. A team from Macdonald College, 
Guelph, walked away with the Inter- 
collegiate meet in their first attempt. In- 
door shoots were held in McMaster in 
the spring. 



WOMEN'S INTERCOLLEGIATE 
ARCHERY TEAM 

SECOND ROW: Phyllis Burke, Barbara Nepf. 
FIRST ROW: Helen Prendergast, Ruth Campbell. 
ABSENT: Miss Zerada Slack, Coach. 




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WOMEN'S INTERCOLLEGIATE SWIMMING TEAM 

SECOND ROW: Peg Rowntree, Jean Cossar, Sheila Lennox, Lois Cossar. 

FIRST ROW: Charlotte Chisholm, PamPerrin, Marg. Harrington, Zair a Murray, Phyllis Manning. 

ABSENT: Miss Winifred Baxter, Coach. 



The intramural swimming presented an upset when a combined team of Meds, 
Nursing and Physical Therapy defeated the field, with Jean Cossar of Physio, winning 
the individual championship and the Ishbel Robertson Cup. Toronto this year made 
her best showing for some years in the Intercollegiate meet, taking thirty points 

to McGill's second place twenty-one. 
Margaret Harrington ended her three 
years of competition in a blaze of glory, 
winning no less than four first places.^ 




WOMEN'S INTERCOLLEGIATE 
BADMINTON TEAM 

SECOND ROW; Pat Montgomery, Captain; Mary 

Matthews. 
FIRST ROW: Jane Matthews, Ruth Nethercott. 



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WOMEN'S ATHLETICS 




SECOND ROW; Donna Kl.ie, Basketball; Ann Gostling, Badminton; Margaret McGvinn^s, Hockey; 

WiLMA Booty, Archery; Jane Abbott, Go/f; Mickey Allen, Volleyball; Margaret Fleming, Swimming. 
FRONT ROW : Marie Shewchuk, Tennis; Dorothy Morrison, Assistant Athletic Director; Rosana 

Kelly, Athletic Director; Peggy Koughan, Bowling; Jean McEachern, Skiing. 
ABSENT; Betty May, Softball. 

University College Women^s Athletic Association 

yPORTS for U.C. women began with softball and golf for the '49-'50 year. A softball 
<J team was entered. The golf trophy was won by U.C. at the annual U.C. Invitation 
Golf Tournament in October. 

There were four basketball teams from U.C. Two reached the finals, but St. 
Mike's took the championship. The U.C. Rose Bowl Tournament was won by the 
Jr.-Sr. A team. Four U.C. women played Intercollegiate basketball. The tennis 
tournament was quite successful. 

Two able hockey teams were entered. Two volleyball teams unsuccessfully 
represented the college in their league. U. C. had one player on the All-Star 
Volleyball team, and one on the Intercollegiate hockey team. 

Archery, new in our realm of sports, was a great success. Our swimming has im- 
proved. The badminton tournament was exciting, more women participating this 
year. 

The U.C. Women's Athletic Association thanks the Pan-Hellenic Association for 
the donation of a silver trophy to be presented annually to the girl making the 
greatest contribution to U.C. sports during her undergraduate years. 

The Association also thanks the Pan-Hellenic Alumnae Advisory Committee for 
the donation of a trophy case to house U.C. Women's athletic trophies. 

The Athletic Banquet, in March, climaxed U.C. athletics, as the occasion for the 
presentation of trophies and crests. 

Our aims were successful this year: to encourage more participation, and to 
provide enjoyment. 4 



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WOMEN'S ATHLETICS 




U.C. I HOCKEY TEAM 

SECOND ROW: Margaret McGuinness, Jean Holmes, Helen MacDonald, Jane Armstrong, Mary McDerment, 

Jean Gillan. 
FRONT ROW: Wilma Booty, Peggy Koughan, Dorothy Morrison, Betty May, Phoebe Foster. 
ABSENT: Joan Hume, Coach; Anne Brown. 




U.C. I VOLLEYBALL TEAM 

SECOND ROW: Evelyn Walker, Ann Gibson, Marion Maclntyre, Beverley Simmers, Jean McEachern, 

Helen MacDonald, Manager. 
FRONT ROW: Joan Laird, Betty Belt, Beverley Morrison, Coach; Muriel Chinn, Margaretta Goodearle, 

Captain. 
ABSENT: Paula Zumstein, Jean Truemner, Alistair Grant. 



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U.C. BASEBALL TEAM 

SECOND ROW: Clare Kelleher, Margaret McGuinness, Joan McGregor, Joyce Prentice, Dorothv Morrison. 
FRONT ROW: Ann Gibson, Jean McEachern, Betty May, Manager; ]ea,n Gillan. 
ABSENT: Helen St. John, Barb Davidson, Beth Wade, Paul Higgins, Coach; Ann Brown. 




U.C. SENIOR- JUNIOR B BASKETBALL TEAM 

SECOND ROW: Paula Zumstein, Pearl Breslin, Pat Parkinson, Eileen Dicker, Coach. 

FRONT ROW: Estelle Shore, Margaret Clarke, Playing Manager; Wilma Booty, Helen MacDonald, Joan 

Burry. 
ABSENT: Flo Hicks, Betty Hutchison, Joan Eddis. 



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WOMEN'S ATHLETICS 




U.C. SOPH BASKETBALL TEAM 

SECOND ROW: Jane Abbott, Ann Gostling, Helen 

McPhee. 
FRONT ROW: Pat McDonald, Marilyn Craig. 
ABSENT: Marg Milner, Manager; Helen Kinney, Coach; 

Katherine Tyrrell, Maureen Irwin, Barbara 

Red fern. 



U.C. II HOCKEY TEAM 

SECOND ROW: Joyce Prentice, Pat Riley, Marilyn 

Craig. 
FRONT ROW: Margaret Foster, Ann Sinclair, Jean 

McPhail, Inika Janecek. 
ABSENT: Joan Hume, Coach. 




U.C. FRESHIE BASKETBALL TEAM 

SECOND ROW: Ann Gibson, Lorraine Smith, Helena 

McCuUough, Violet Koson. 
FRONT ROW: Nancv Porter, Mary Lewis, Marilvn 

Field. 
ABSENT: Joan Mooney, Joy McKay, Coach; Beth Wade. 



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WOMEN'S ATHLETICS 



U.C. SENIOR-JUNIOR A BASKETBALL TEAM 

SECOND ROW: Polli Duff, Jane Armstrong 

Mollis, Persis Hughes. 
FRONT ROW: Marie Shewchuk, Manager; Donna Klie, 

Rosana Kelly, Beverly Morrison, Coach. 
ABSENT: Eleanor Lever, Carol Dunn, Marion Beal. 




U.C. 

SECOND ROW: Helen McPhee, Mickey Allen, Beth 

Murgatroyd, Estelle Shore. 
FRONT ROW: Mary Wright, Marie Shewchuk, Manager; 

Laura Monsaroff, Ann Burton, Jane Abbott. 
ABSENT: Mary Elicia Eakins, June Adams, Ann 

Metcalfe, Jackie Olyan, Beverly Lowry, Coach. 



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WOMEN'S ATHLETICS 




U.C. TENNIS TEAM 

Margaret Dodd, Virginia Gundy, Marie Shewchuk, 
Manager; Muriel Chinn. 

ABSENT: Lib. McKav. 



U.C. SWIMMING TEAM 

SECOND ROW: Helen MacDonald, Margate 
Fleming, Daphne Young. 

FRONT ROW : Zaira Murray, Nancy Porter. 



U.C. ARCHERY TEAM 



SECOND ROW : Mar jorie Lavers, Daphne Young, 
Jane Baetz. 

FRONT ROW: Wilma Booty, Claire Kelleher. 



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WOMEN'S ATHLETICS 




SECOND ROW: Ann Oaks, Skt Representative; Ann Blain, Hockey Curator; ]oa.n Gore, First Year Representative; 

Jacqui Pember, Basketball Curator; Collette Ferguson, Tennis Curator; Barb. Weatherhead, Second Year 

Representative; Joan Dales, Swimming Curator. 
FRONT ROW: Alison Jeffries, Fourth Year Representative; Inna Chuhaldin, Secretary; Di Rogers, Directress; 

Bev. Shoemaker, Treasurer;'Tove]en%en, Third Year Representative. 

Victoria College Women^s Athletic Union 

f~iOK the first time in many years no intramural championships were won by 
X Victoria College. But despite this fact, 1949-50 was one of the most successful 
years experienced by the V.C.W.A.U. In a year when student apathy seemed to dog 
the path of student societies, the group of those members of the athletic society 
which actually participated was appreciably enlarged. 

Vic in every sport provided the keenest of opposition for the victors. In tennis 
she was a strong contender for the interfaculty trophy, as the selection of two Vic 
players for the Intercollegiate team testifies. This year again saw us defeated in the 
finals of the softball series by P. H. E. In basketball our six teams were much 
improved. In hockey, as in softball, P.H.E. edged out our team in a closely con- 
tested finals which was forced to go to three games, instead of the scheduled two. In 
badminton, volleyball, swimming, and bowling the Vic teams also exhibited the 
ability, fight and spirit which we hope characterize our teams. 

Individual athletes brought fame to the College by their inclusion in Intercol- 
legiate teams. We were represented on every intercollegiate, team by girls whom we 
were proud to link with the name of Victoria. 

This year marked an innovation which we hope shall be continued. This was a 
Women's Athletic Banquet. This affair which was attended by over one hundred and 
twenty girls was high-lighted by an inspiring address by Miss Rao, and by the 
presentation of over sixty athletic letters. 

When all is said and done, 1949-50 was a highly successful year for women's 
athletics, and the executive, under the driving and capable leadership of Diane 
Rogers, may be assured that their hard work bore very satisfying fruit. 4> 



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WOMEN'S ATHLETICS 




VICTORIA COLLEGE I HOCKEY TEAM 

SECOND ROW: Sally Stewart, Barb. Weatherhead, Shirley 

Cox, Manager; Bob Ralph, Coach; Jacqui Pember, Pat 

Ewing. 
FRONT ROW: Dorothy Parkinson, Betty Aston, Ann 

Mutchmor, Phoebe Templeton, Marnie Gulston, Marg. 

Arbuckle, Di Rogers. 
ABSENT: Alison Jeffries, Jean Martin. 



VICTORIA COLLEGE SENIOR A -> 

BASKETBALL TEAM 

SECOND ROW: Bev. Shoemaker, Jessie Nugent, Shirley Tabb, 

To ve Jensen. 
FRONT ROW: Marg. Morgan, Denise Crowe, Ann Oaks, Ev. 

Aiken. 
ABSENT: Alison Jeffries, Elizabeth McLean. 





VICTORIA COLLEGE II HOCKEX TEAM 

SECOND ROW: Peggy Quiggin, Marge Mills, Bill Finley, 
Coach: Bev. Shoemaker, Manager; Jack Lowrie, Coach; 
Lois White, Joan Gore.' 

FRONT ROW: Ann Blain, Dot Ross, Joan Wickware, Cathy 
Card, Audrey Renwicke, Carol Secord, Almarie Feagen. 



VICTORIA COLLEGE SOPH A AND B ->- 
BASKETBALL TEAMS 

BACK ROW: Joyce Bingleman, Betty Johnson, Libby Lee, 
Jean McDougall, Betty Caldwell, Eileen Murton, 
Ruth Nicholson. 

FRONT ROW Peggy McCallum, Barb Clarke, Bettv 
Aston, Dot Aiken, Inga Hanson, Lois White. 

ABSENT: Mary Shackleton 





VICTORIA COLLEGE A VOLLEYBALL TEAM 

SECOND ROW: Jean Martin, To\e Jensen, Joyce Bingleman, 
Joan Lvnn, Ruth Nicholson, Gwvn Griffiths. 

FRONT ROW Shirley Brown, Marnie McMullen, Felice Reeds, 
Jackie Donnelly, Peggv Locke, Be\ . Downey. 



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WOMEN'S ATHLETICS 



VICTORIA COLLEGE SWIMMING TEAM 

SECOND ROW: Shirley Gill, Pam Perrin, Doreen Duff, Peggv 

Quiggin. 
FRONT ROW: Inna Chuhaldin, Marion Mulloy, Joan Dales, 

Libby Lee. 
ABSENT; Sheila Lennox. 







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VICTORIA COLLEGE B BASEBALL TEAM 

SECOND ROW: Dot Ross, Dora Henderson, Audrey Renwicke, 

Verajelinek, Ann Blain. 
FRONT ROW; Sylvia Magee, Shirley Brown, Shirley Cox, 

Manager; Marian Andrew, Jackie Donnelly. 



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BASKETBALL TEAM 

SECOND ROW: Phoebe Templeton, Shirley Tyte, Jacqui 

Pember. 
FRONT ROW: Marnie Rose, Peggv Locke, Jean Martin, Ann 

Blain. 
ABSENT: Pat Hames, Mary McCosh, Barb. Sagar. 



VICTORIA COLLEGE TENNIS TEAM 

Ev. Aiken, Bev. Downey, Collette Ferguson, Eleanor Blake, 
Joan Hanley. 







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VICTORIA COLLEGE A BASEBALL TEAM 

SECOND ROW: Alison Jeffries, Di Rogers, Shirley Cox, 

Manager: Barb. Weatherhead. 
FRONT ROW: Joyce Bingleman, Dorothy Parkinson, Ev. 

Aiken, Joan Gore. 
ABSENT: Denise Crowe, Doreen Webster, Ann Carnwath. 




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WOMEN'S ATHLETICS 




SECOND ROW: M. Giles, Curator; M. Kirkpatrick, FirstYear Representative; E. Lowden, Secretary; 

D. Haley, Head of Hockey . 
FRONT ROW: J. Matthews, Vice-President; H.Johnstone, President; P. Smith, Treasftrer. 
ABSENT: D.Jacobs, Head of Swimming; N . Sootheran, Head of Basketball. 

Su Hilda's College Athletic Society 

Cj HE athletics at St. Hilda's this year were characterized by a great deal of 
JL enthusiasm and participation. 

In spite of the loss of such good players as Pat Cockburn and Jane Matthews, 
St. Hilda's made a fairly good showing in the University Tennis Tournament, with 
Marilyn Jones, Barb Allmond, Joy Clegg and Joyce Atkinson making up our tennis 
team. Barb Allmond made the Intercollegiate team and with her partner, Ev Aiken, 
won the University Doubles championship at London. 

Baseball was enthusiastically, if not very successfully supported with three teams 
entered into competition with the other faculties. The first team deserves special 
recognition for their victory over the Trinity staff, thus copping the chocolate cake 
offered as a prize, our only baseball trophy of the season. 

Both badminton and hockey were well supported as was volleyball. The basket- 
ball teams this year won no prizes but they showed promise. 

Two of our St. Hildian's, Phyl Manning and Charlotte Chisholm, made the 
intercollegiate swimming team, and the Splash Party held for the rest of St. Hilda's 
was a great success. 

Due to lack of snow, our skiing representative, Liz Ketchum, merely looked glum. 
She had had high hopes for a St. Hilda's skiing team. 

This year has been a success only through the efforts and cooperation of the 
executive, the numerous coaches, and managers. Because of them, our sports outlook 
for next year is a very bright one.4' 



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WOMEN'S ATHLETICS 



ST. HILDA'S COLLEGE JUNIOR-SENIOR 
BASKETBALL TEAM 



SECOND ROW: D, Jones, M. Matthews, P. Whealev, 
R. Linnell, P. Smith. 



FRONT ROW: J. Atkinson, M. 
J. Matthews, M. Fairgrieve. 



Jones, Manager; 
ABSENT: J. Gilchrist, N. Sootheran, Captain. 





ST. HILDA'S COLLEGE FRESHMAN 
BASKETBALL TEAM 

SECOND ROW: D. Paisley, B. Brazell, E. Arnoldi, 
N. Allen, S. East, A. Blackwell, M. L. Edmonds. 

I RONT ROW: J. Loosely, S. Ballard Captaw; B. Watts, 
M. Kirkpatrick, E. V. Richardson. 



ST. HILDA'S COLLEGE SOPHOMORE 
BASKETBALL TEAM 

SECOND ROW: J. Martinet, H. Wilson, B. Southgate, 
M. Chisholm, J. Rogers, Captain. 

FRONT ROW: T. Ketcheson, E. Sproatt, J. Stirling, 
J. Farquharson. 

ABSENT: S. Dal ton, S. MacConnell. 




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WOMEN'S ATHLETICS 




ST. HILDA'S COLLEGE SWIMMING TEAM 

SECOND ROW: L. Willard, N. Boyd, D. Paisley. 
FRONT ROW : P. Manning, N. Sootheran, M. Chisholm. 
ABSENT: C. Chisholm, D.Jacobs, Captain. 



ST. HILDA'S COLLEGE HOCKEY TEAM 

SECOND ROW: J. Marriner, E. Ketchum, H. Wilson, 
M. Martin, J. Rogers. 

FRONT ROW: P. Smith, L. Fletcher, D. Haley, J. 
Stirling. 

ABSENT: C. Hore, M. Fairgrieve, T. Ketcheson. 





ST. HILDA'S COLLEGE BASEBALL TEAM 

SECOND ROW: M. Still well, V. Trow, E. Southgate, 
J. Beattie, J. Stirling. 

FRONT ROW: T. Ketcheson, H. Johnstone, D. Haley, 
C. Bolton. 



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WOMEN'S ATHLETICS 



PHYSICAL THERAPY A BASKETBALL TEAM 

SECOND ROW: Barbara Beford, Jean Arscott, Lil 
Rumisek, Lois Cossar. 

FRONT ROW: Elizabeth Russell, Betty Coo, Phyllis 
Wilks, Shirley Norwich. 




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SECOND ROW: Phyllis Wilks, Shirley Norwich, 
Elizabeth Batanoff, Gwen Gerrard, Goldie Lewis, 
Lois Cossar, Betty Coo. 

FRONT ROW: Jean Arscott, Elizabeth Little, Barbara 
Phare, Mary O'Reilly, Jeanne Cossar. 



PHYSICAL THERAPY B BASKETBALL TEAM 

SECOND ROW: Norma Snodden, Elizabeth Little, 
Norma K. Hopkins, Rusty Hart. 

FRONT ROW : Goldie Lewis, June Davis, Barbara Phare. 




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WOMEN'S ATHLETICS 




ST. MICHAEL'S COLLEGE A 
BASKETBALL TEAM, 

INTERFACULTY CHAMPS 

THIRD ROW; Pam Latour, Nancy Priraeau, Jane 
Timmins, Ruth Day, Kay Schenck. 

SECOND ROW: Carol Kelly, Manager; Betty Fitzgerald, 
Captain; Dorothy Koran. 

FRONT ROW: Ann Morrow, Ludmilla Traczyk. 



ST. MICHAEL'S COLLEGE HOCKEY TEAM 

SECOND ROW: Pat Lauber, Helen Cannon, Jane 
Timmins, Joanne Smith, Nancy Primeau, Betty 
Jane Eraser, Eran O'Brien. 

FRONT ROW: Mary Schenck, Sheila Hogan, Manager; 
Teresa Bauer, Joan Garvey, Mary Dunn. 

ABSENT: Agatha Leonard, Elizabeth Boyle. 





ST. MICHAEL'S COLLEGE 
VOLLEYBALL TEAM 

SECOND ROW: Kay Schenck, Jane Timmins, Dorothy 
Kaszas, Lois Vallely. 

FRONT ROW: Mary Agnes Haffa, Joanne Osborne, 
Stella Tonoff, Phyllis Burke. 

ABSENT: Angela Milady, Betty Claire Holland. 



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WOMEN'S ATHLETICS 



ST. MICHAEL'S COLLEGE TENNIS, 
GOLF AND BADMINTON TEAMS 

SECOND ROW: Fran O'Brien, Betty Jane Fraser, Helen 
Cannon, Jane Timmins, Mary Agnes Garvey, Mary 
Schenck, Phyllis Burke. 

FRONT ROW: Joan Brown, Sheila Hogan, Joan Garvey, 
Marv Agnes Haffa, Pam Latour. 





ST. MICHAEL'S COLLEGE SOFTBALL TEAM 

FOURTH ROW: Joan Lambier, Kay Schenck, Jane 
Timmins, Nancy Primeau, Joanne Smith. 

THIRD ROW: Elise Gendron, Teresa Bauer. 

SECOND ROW: Mary Schenck, Manager; Betty Jane 
Fraser, Carol Kelly. 

FRONT ROW: Sheila Hogan, Ruth Allor. 



ST. MICHAEL'S COLLEGE B 
BASKETBALL TEAM 

THIRD ROW: Betty Jane Fraser, Mary Mahon, Betty 
Claire Holland, Angela Milady. 

SECOND ROW: Elaine Kervin, Fran O'Brien, Captain; 
Miriam Kelly, Manager. 

FRONT ROW: Sheila Hogan, Joanne Smith. 




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WOMEN'S ATHLETICS 




P.H.E. THIRD YEAR BASKETBALL TEAM 



SECOND ROW : Bev. Morrison, Marg Horning, ManagerjThelma. 
Henderson, Pat Conway, Alice Jamieson, Jane Macklin, 
Anne Spence. 

FRONT ROW: Mary Margaret Leeson, Marg Doyle, Mary 
MacPherson, Hellen Channen, Kay Catto, Edith Schacter. 

ABSENT: Gwen Smith, Coach. 



P.H.E. I SOFTBALL TEAM 

SECOND ROW: Alma Hatch, Irma Bullock, Marie Briard, Jane 
Macklin, Mamie Leeson, Alice Jamieson. 

FRONT ROW: Peggy Dippell, Merry Cochrane, Marg. Doyle, 
Joan Somerville, Donalda PafF, Manager. 




P.H.E. HOCKEY TEAMS 

THIRD ROW: Elva Rompton, Roslyn Stone, Jean Wylie, June 
Plant, Barbara McNabb, Jane Macklin, Kay Lang, Lenore 
Elliot. 

SECOND ROW: Mary Tuckwell, Irma Bullock, Ann Spence, 
Marnie Leeson, Alice Jamieson, Peggy Rowntree. 

FRONT ROW: Joan Somerville, Mary MacPherson, Phyllis 
Richardson, Jane Thompson, Alva Coles. 

ABSENT: Dorothy Lilly, Manager; Nancy Cannon, Anfte Sharpe, 
Anne Harland, Joyce Kornacher, Mabel Noel, Manager. 



P.H.E. I VOLLEYBALL TEAM 

SECOND ROW: Nina Lancaster, Aileen McCrae, Joan Creary, 
Pat Conway, Jane Macklin, Manager. 

FRONT ROW: Kay Catto, Bunny MacPherson, Marg Hudson, 
Marie Briard. 

ABSENT: Giva Corcoran, Marg. Addison. 



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SECOND ROW: Alma Hatch, Marg. Doyle, Coach: ]ozn Rogers, 
Anne Brooks, Alva Coles, Lenore Elliott, Mary Smith, 
Manager. 

FRONT ROW; Mary Belle Segsworth, Lorraine Jones, Yvonne 
Grieves, Merry Cochrane, Thelma Greenstein, Peggy 
Dippell, James Thompson. 

ABSENT: Deurdie Barclay. 



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SECOND ROW: Mary Tuckwell, Eva Peace, Manager; Janet 
Taylor, Marnie Leeson, Bunny MacPherson, Tennis. 

FRONT ROW: Kay Catto, Norma Pinnock, Marg. Harrington- 
Peggy Rowntree, Alma Hatch, Tennis. 

ABSENT: Joan Froom, Virginia James, Tennis. 



P.H.E. SECOND AND THIRD VOLLEYBALL TEAMS 

THIRD ROW: Ann Brooks, Jean Thompson, Joan Rogers, 

Hilary Slater, Mary Smith, Ruth Brown, Marie Briard, 

Edith Schacter. 
SECOND ROW: Stella McCord, Eileen Jackson, Irma Bullock, 

Bev. Lowry, Eleanor Rogers, Marg. Horning, Helen 

Tsandilis. 
FRONT ROW: Lorraine Jones, Peggy Dippell, Sylvia Holmes, 

Roslvn Stone, Marg Harrington, Playing Coach; Donalda 

PafF, Manager; ]oy Van Camp. 
ABSENT: Jane Dillon, Doreen Jones, Eileen Dicker, Lenore 

Elliott, Manager; Barbara McNabb, Lois Kelly, Dorothy 

Lilly. 





P.H.E. SECOND YEAR BASKETBALL TEAM 



SECOND ROW: Bunny MacPherson, Coach; Hilary Slater, 
Helen Kinney, Kay Lang, Marg. Hudson, Coach. 

FRONT ROW: Jean Wylie, Manager; Marie Briard, June 
Davidson. 

ABSENT: Nancy Cannon, Joan Froom, Stephana Lozoway, 
Anne Harland, Pat Montgomery. 



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WOMEN'S ATHLETICS 




OCCUPATIONAL THERAPY BASKETBALL TEAM 

s SECOND ROW: A. Zimmerman, J. Gumming, P. Shea, B. 
Riddell, B. Armstrong, M. Spicer. 

FRONT ROW: R. Eades, G. Wylie, B. Botley, M. Leitch. 



OCCUPATIONAL THERAPY VOLLEYBALL TEAM 



THIRD ROW: A. Given, B. Riddell, B. Hall, J. Miles. 

SECOND ROW: B. Bromley, S. A. Dyamond, S. Marshbanks, 
A. Boyes, j. Sheppard. 

FRONT ROW: C. MulhoUand, A. Everest, B. Bodley,J. Curtiss, 
P. Shea. 





INSTITUTIONAL MANAGEMENT 
VOLLEYBALL TEAM 

SECOND ROW: Mary Mason, Carol Underhill, Bernice 
Flanagan, Ann Van Buskirk, Betty Stavi-sbury, Barbara 
Cross. 

FRONT ROW: Irene Frank, Charlene Smart, Jane Smith, Lois 
Langley, Mary Skilling, Manager. 



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WOMEN'S ATHLETICS 




SCHOOL OF NURSING BASKETBALL TEAM 

THIRD ROW: Alice Jamieson, Marie Pinkerton, Helen Lindley, Donna 

MacDonald, Jan Taylor. 
SECOND ROW : Donna Parr, Barbara Maxwell, Lynn Price, Veronica 

Shantz, Sheila West. 
FRONT ROW: Helen Blott, Ann Miller, Ann Cowan. 




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WOMEN'S ATHLETICS 




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Men's 
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University of Toronto Athletic Directorate 





Dr. S. E. Smith 
Honorary President 



Professor T. R. Loudon 

President 







Dr. W. E. Brown 



Dr. W. a. Dafoe 



J. C. Maynard 



W. A. Stevens 
Director of Athletics 







Dr. C. D. Gossage 
Director of Health Service 



J. P. Loosemore 

Financial Secretary 



A. W. Anderson 



J. C. Crang 







H. R. PiCKFORD ■ 

S. A. C. Representative 



J. M. Gray 



J. R. Evans 



A. R. C. Jones 



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MEN'S ATHLETICS 



Intercollegiate Championships 
19494950 

FOOTBALL 

Senior- . , . . Yates Cup - . . . University of Western Ontario 

Intermediate . . . Shaw Cup - - - - Ontario Agricultural College & 

Univ. of Western Ontario — tied 

SOCCER 

Senior- . . . . Blackwood Trophy - - University of Toronto 

Intermediate . . , University of Toronto 

TENNIS 

Senior- . . . , C.L.T.A. Cup . . . University of Montreal 
Intermediate University of Toronto 

GOLF 

Senior- . . . . Ruttan Cup - - - - McGill University 

Individual - - - - McCall Cup - - - W. Morland, Queens 

Intermediate -,------- McMaster University 

TRACK 

Senior- - , - - Tait Mackenzie Trophy - University of Toronto 

Intermediate - - - Guthrie Cup - - - University of Toronto 

HARRIER 

Senior- , . . . Little Cup - . , . University of Toronto 
Intermediate - , , University of Toronto 

ENGLISH RUGBY - - University of Toronto 

WATER POLO . . . Herschorn Cup - - - University of Toronto 

HOCKEY 

Senior- - - - - Queens Cup , , - University of Montreal 

Intermediate - - - Shaw Cup - - - , University of Toronto 

BASKETBALL 

Senior- - - - - Wilson Cup - - - - University of Western Ontario 

Intermediate . . . Baker Cup - - - - McMaster University 
(Western Division) 

BOXING 

Senior Gibson Cup - - . . University of Toronto 

Intermediate , . , University of Toronto 

WRESTLING 

Senior- - - - - -. University of Toronto 

Intermediate --,--,-,- University of Toronto 

FENCING 

Senior- - - - - Charles Walters Trophy - University of Toronto 

Individual - - . - Charles Walters Trophy - B. Cordoza, McGill 

Intermediate Ontario Agricultural College 

SWIMMING 

Senior- - - - - Dougall Trophy- - - McGill University 

100 Yds. Free - - - Neill Buckley Trophy - F. D. Gibson, Toronto 

100 Yds. Back - - - W. Sprenger Trophy - - P. Mingie, McGill 

Intermediate University of Western Ontario 

GYMNASTICS 

Team ----- Caron Trophy - - - McGill University- 
Individual - - - - Werry Trophy - - - J. G. Gibson, Toronto 

SKIING McGill University 



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MEN'S ATHLETICS 



Intercollegiate Football 



ZN one of the tightest intercollegiate football races in history, the Varsity Blues 
showed a complete reversal of form from the previous title-winning season. The 
Blues managed only two victories over the six game schedule, and dropped to last 
place in the four-team group. 

Coach Bob Masterson had only a few members of his championship team on 
which to build the 1949 edition, and with Western, McGill and Queen's consider- 
ably stronger, the Blues found the going really tough. Varsity divided two games 
with Western and Queen's but lost both McGill games. 

Despite a relatively poor season, three Bluemen were named to the intercollegiate 
all-star team. Middle Fraser Mustard and halfbacks Dick Brown and Bill Danylchuk 
were picked for the first team and end Jack Gray and halfback Bruce Cummings 
named to the second team. 

The Varsity intermediate football team fared little better than the seniors, 
finishing third in the four team league. The intermediates were handicapped by the 
periodic loss of material to the senior team as Bob Masterson searched for a winning 
combination. Over the season, six intermediate stars were picked up by the Blues. 4- 




Fall Training Camp 



Johnny Copp IMemorial 
Trophy 

Z_^RASER Mustard, giant middle, wa 
-^ named winner of the Johnny Copp 
Memorial Trophy. The trophy is pre- 
sented annually to the member of the 
senior football team judged by his fellow 
players to be the most valuable member 
of the team, combining the utmost in 
sportsmanship and athletic ability. 

Mustard played his third season with 
Varsity, was selected on the intercol- 
legiate all-star team, and was an untiring 
performer. 4- 



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UNIVERSITY OF TORONTO SENIOR INTERCOLLEGIATE FOOTBALL TEAM 
FIFTH ROW: W. R. Scott, J. F. Mustard, J. R, Evans, P. M. Bennett, A.J. Brown. 
FOURTH ROW; R. G. McFadden, E. B. Fisher, R. S. MacLennan. 

THIRD ROW: J. A. Bell, N. W. West, M.J. Hadlow, A. Cecutti,J. P. Errington, W.J. Brewer, J. M. Gray. 
SECOND ROW: R. Mitchell, Assistant Coach; A. Stevenson, J. R. Kennedy, W.N. Lloyd, J. W. Roberts, I.M. Clark, 

R. D. LoNGMORE, J. M. Chorostecki, H. Ringham, Trainer;]. R. Life, Manager. 
FRONT ROW: W. A. Stevens, Director of Athletics; R. A. Brown, A. H. Zimmerman, W. Danylchuk, J. J. Kelly, 

A. R. C Jones, Captain; N. G. Purdue, W. G. London, E. M. Sinclair, B. F. Cummings. 
ABSENT: R. P. Masterson, Coach; A. S. Lawson, H. A. Forge. 



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UNIVERSITY OF TORONTO INTERMEDIATE INTERCOLLEGIATE FOOTBALL TEAM 
THIRD ROW: J. K. Murray, G. W. Sutherland, D. G. P. Shay, B. A. Howard, H. A. Hyde, R. J. Whitehead, 

J. Hanson, T. G. Gawinski, R. V. Howson. 
CENTRE ROW: J. McLean, Trainer;]. C. Green, F. Kieczor, P. H. R. Alley, J. A. Haig, R. Bazos, R. Leeming, 

E. G. Hanson, M. Hames, R. Garside, Assistant Coach. 
FRONT ROW: W. Emon, Manager; W.J. McCagherty, W. E. Noonan, J. T. Housley, W. Bulleychuk, A. F. Bell, 

Captain;]. B. Birkenshaw, R. C. Dowsett, W. Davis, H. Russell, W. D. Bark, Coach. 
ABSENT: J.J. Roe, T. W. Lawson, B. A. Brown, A. G. Brown, Assistant Coach. 



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Intercollegiate Hockey 



N his first season as senior hockey coach, Wally Haider fashioned a senior hockey 
team which gave Varsity fans plenty of exciting moments. 



An inspired crew of battling rookies gave the title-holding University of Mont- 
real plenty of trouble before bowing out to the experienced Carabins in the final 
game of the season. 

Veteran captain Cec Turcott led the Blues to nine wins against three defeats in 
intercollegiate competition. The Blues were the only team to manage a victory 
over the high-flying Montrealers, and won all eight games against McGill and 
Queen ' s . 

The Blues split two exhibition games against the University of Michigan, 
winning 4-2 and losing 2-1. 

For the fourth consecutive season, the Varsity intermediates rolled to victory 
in the intercollegiate intermediate hockey league. The team finished with a 10-3 
record. 

Varsity's entry in the O.H.A. Junior B group finished out of the playoffs this 
year, after losing six stalwarts to the senior Blues early in the season. 

Coach Bill Wade had the juniors battling hard all season, but they were nosed 
out of a playoff berth late in the season. 4 



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UNIVERSITY OF TORONTO SENIOR 
HOCKEY TEAM 

THIRD ROW: H. Ringham, Trainer; R. V. Howson, 
J. H. Addison, R. Bazos, W. D. Campbell, 
J. W. MacDougall, p. L. Arrowsmith, 
W. E. Prince, Manager. 

SECOND ROW; J. G. Carl, J. C.Kane, N. D. Fox, 
T. C. Turcott, Captain; W. R. Moore, 
F. A. Bell, W. R. Walters, D. M. Orr. 

FRONT ROW: C. P. Vernon, W. H. Digby, 
E. C. Frey,J. O. Hayes. 

ABSENT: W. E. Halder, Coach. 



UNIVERSITY OF TORONTO 

INTERMEDIATE HOCKEY TEAM 

1949-50 CHAMPIONS 

SECOND ROW: R. J. Robertson, R. E. Seltzer, 
P. P. Gawinski, T. C. Gawinski, H. a. Hyde, 
J. A. Fingland, J. A. Wolf, R. M. Hall, 
Manager;]. R. Life, Coach. 

FRONT ROW: J. M. Lickley, J. N. Raftis, 
J. P. McLouGHLiN, W. Patterson, J. G. Carl, 
E.J.R. Gauthier, W.C. London, A.R.Conboy, 
W. P. G. Allen. 




UNIVERSITY OF TORONTO JUNIOR "B" 
HOCKEY TEAM 

SECOND ROW: W. R. Wade, Coach; D. J. Prender- 
GAST, P. B. Prendergast, J. E. Machin, 
W.C. Moore, M.F. Koughan, A.J. P. Holmes, 
C. Smith, Trainer; D. Hyde, Manager. 

FRONT ROW: J. H. Milne, F. B. Ladly, 
C. A. Sinclair, D. S. Kent, P. J. Nichols, 
E.C.P. Brown, R.D. Fullerton, T.A. Ward- 
ROP, W. H. Yeo, B. W. Taylor. 




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Intercollegiate Basketball 



57^ yARSITY'S senior basketball team gave Toronto fans little to cheer about 
this season, as the Bluemen finished last in the intercollegiate league, winning 
one while losing five. Varsity also had a winless record in 15 exhibition games, 
mostly with United States colleges. 

Coach Bob Masterson had little veteran strength on which to build his senior 
hoop squad. The lone bright spot in the lineup was veteran Johnny McManus, 
who paced the Blues' scoring power all year and was selected on the senior inter- 
collegiate all-star team. 

Coach Masterson looks to next season to provide Varsity with a front-running 
basketball team. Several of the green kids of this season are expected to blossom 
into stars next year. 

Using a rugged man-to-man defence, coupled with a set offence, Varsity's inter- 
mediate team enjoyed a relatively successful season, although finishing third in 
intercollegiate competition. Season record, including exhibition games, was 21 
wins against seven defeats. 

Varsity's junior team captured the Toronto and District junior championship 
to give Toronto its only basketball winner. The freshman team finished with a 
27 won, three lost, record. 4. 



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UNIVERSITY OF TORONTO SENIOR 
BASKETBALL TEAM 

R. P. Masterson, Coach; W. J. Babcock, Manager; 
E. D. WiGLE,J. A. Bell, J. M. Gray, J. Braithwaite, 
J. S. McManus, W. D. Huycke, G. N. Gibbs, 
W.J. Henderson, E. H. Luck, D. C. Carruthers. 




UNIVERSITY OF TORONTO 
INTERMEDIATE BASKETBALL TEAM 

SECOND ROW: M. J. Furlong, Manager; 

A.J. Brown, D. G. Barber, J. N. Mackenzie, 

B. G. Lowes, Coach. 
FRONT ROW: A. P. Cole, K. G. Brown, 

F. T. Denton, A. Stevenson. 



UNIVERSITY OF TORONTO JUNIOR 
BASKETBALL TEAM 
T 86 D CHAMPIONS 

SECOND ROW: B. G. Lowes, Coach; D. Bernstein, 
A. A. BiNNiNGTON, D. I. R. Dalgleish, 
A. Strauss, J. A. Iwanicki. 

FRONT ROW: W. M. Wilson, G. L. Elmer, 
W. G. Glover, H. Coopersmith, A. Dancv. 

ABSENT: C. McDonald. 




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Intercollegiate Track 



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ARSITY made a clean sweep of intercollegiate track, winning both senior 
and intermediate titles. 



Bill Farlinger led the senior team to victory in London, winning three events 
and setting a new intercollegiate record of 12 feet, 3/^ inches in the pole vault. 
Farlinger also won the high hurdles and the 220 low hurdles. 

George Doull and Dune Green were the other Varsity winners. DouU won the 
one mile race, while Green captured the three mile. 

In the intermediate track meet at Varsity Stadium, Varsity captured nine firsts 
to roll to easy victory. It was the fourth consecutive track victory for Varsity 
since the end of the war.4< 



Intercollegiate Harrier 



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ARSITY continued to dominate intercollegiate harrier as both senior and 
intermediate teams won the university competitions with ease. 



In the senior race, staged at Barriefield, with Queen's as host, Toronto runners 
placed first, second, fourth, fifth and ninth. Little George Doull continued to 
dominate the intercollegiate field, finishing first, with George Webster, Dave Barr, 
Dune Green and George McMullen running in the above order. 

In the intermediate race in Hamilton, Varsity runners finished first, third, 
fourth, sixth and seventh. 4" 



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UNIVERSITY OF TORONTO SENIOR TRACK CHAMPIONS 

THIRD ROW: W. A. Farlinger, B. G. Lowes, Staff Member. 

SECOND ROW: L. Smith, B. Kay, G. McFadden, G. Webster, E. Kofmel, W. B. Maxwell, A. Kuk. 

FRONT ROW: J. R. Beckett, J. B. Bassingthwaite, J. M. Gayman, G. S. Doull, M. Zuberec, 

J. D. Milne, M. Gasiuk, P. Niblock, Manager. 
ABSENT: E. TuLviNG, S. Neill, D. Kettle, D. Green, W. H. Brown, Coach. 




UNIVERSITY OF TORONTO INTERMEDIATE TRACK CHAMPIONS 

SECOND ROW : B.G. Lowes, Staff Member; D.h. King, R. Adare, R.J. Carr, F.J. A. McCurry,J. Hryshko, 

H. I. Macdonald, W. F. McMackon, R. G. S. McIntosh. 
FRONT ROW: G. McMullen, G. V. Garrossino, D. A. Barr, M. P. Forestell, P. A. Niblock, 

B. A. Rawlinson, R. a. Chamberlain, D. McEnteer. 
ABSENT: E. B.agg, P. Lechycky, E. Piche. 



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UNIVERSITY OF TORONTO SENIOR INTERCOLLEGIATE 
HARRIER CHAMPIONS 

SECOND ROW: B. G. Lowes, Staff Member; P. A. Niblock, Manager. 
FRONT ROW: G. McMullen, G. Doull, D. A. Barr, G. Webster^ 
ABSENT: D. Green, W. H. Brown, Coach. 




UNIVERSITY OF TORONTO INTERMEDIATE INTERCOLLEGIATE 
HARRIER CHAMPIONS 
F.J. A. McCuRRY, p. Niblock, J. Flowers, C. Wortman, J. Hryshko, B. G. Lowes, Staff Member. 
ABSENT: W. H. Brown, Coach. 



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Intercollegiate Swimming 

Cj/ ^ARSITY again found McGill's swimming team too strong and bowed 45-30 

in the intercollegiate swimming meet in Montreal. 

Bright spot from a Varsity standpoint was the performance of Doug Gibson, 

powerful first-year free-style swimmer, who set new intercollegiate marks in the 

440 yards and 220 yards events. He also won a first place in the 100 yards free style. 

Ken Tulley was another Varsity winner, capturing the intercollegiate diving 
title for the third successive year. 

Varsity's intermediate swimming team competed in the intermediate meet at 
McMaster, but lost out to a powerful Western team. 4. 



Intercollegiate Water Polo 

C I HE Herschorn Trophy for intercollegiate water polo supremacy seems to have 
found a permanent spot on the Hart House trophy shelf. Varsity won the 
water polo title again this season, defeating McGill two straight in home-and-home 
games. 

Captain Phil Rosen and veteran Jim Crang were instrumental in Varsity's title 
triumphs. They led the Blues to a 6-2 victory in Montreal and a 10-5 vvin back in 
Toronto. 4- 



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UNIVERSITY OF TORONTO SENIOR SWIMMING TEAM 

SECOND ROW: A. C. Whealy, Manager; R. Wortley, D. R. F. Smith, T. C. Arnold, M. P. Mazuryk, L. Y. Rosen, 

W. F. Clayson, Coach. 
FRONT ROW: W. C. Trusler, C. R. Anderson, F. D. Gibson, J. C. Crang, R. H. Shepherd, S. L. Wigle. 
ABSENT: K. C. H. Tulley, F. D. Hitbbard 




UNIVERSITY OF TORONTO INTERMEDIATE SWIMMING TEAM 

SECOND ROW: W.F. Clayson, Coach; W.A. Buik, D.F. Arnoldi, D.J.L.Moran, D.F. Macklin, D.H.H. MacKenzie, 

Manager. 
FRONT ROW : W. Cory, J. R. MacKenzie, D. Walton, J. Mathers, T. H. Lloyd, A. B. Roger. 
ABSENT: W.J. Hanham.J. A. Catto, H. H. Sutherland. 



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UNIVERSITY OF TORONTO SENIOR WATER POLO TEAM, 1949-50 CHAMPIONS 

SECOND ROW: T. H. Lloyd, T. C. Arnold, A. C. Whealy, B. Newman, W. F. Clayson, Coach. 
FRONT ROW: L. Y. Rosen, N. W. Mortimer, P. Rosen, H. A. Peacock, W. G. Maslen. 
ABSENT: J. C.Crang. 




UNIVERSITY OF TORONTO JUNIOR WATER POLO TEAM 

SECOND ROW: A. C. Whealy, Manager; W. Buik, D. Macklin, W. F. Clayson, Coach; W. Holden, R, Brien, 

W. Baker. 
FRONT ROW: E. A. Silverstein, H. Silverstein, R. Shepherd, A. Roger, J. R. MacKenzie. 



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Intercollegiate Boxing 



^^ ^ARSITY'S boxing teams showed a complete reversal of form over last year 
and rolled to impressive victories in both senior and intermediate boxing 
competitions. 

Tony Canzano had his mittmen in fine fettle for the title meets in Hart House. 
The senior team won six of eight fights, while the intermediates were winning 
four out of seven. 

Only one of the six senior winners was a repeat performance. Hank Henshall, 
fiery little 125-pounder, won his division for the fourth consecutive year. Other 
Varsity winners were Glyn Williams, 133 pounds; Carl Leprich, 140 pounds; Roberto 
Couceiro, 147 pounds; Don Armstrong, 165 pounds; and Tim Turner, heavyweight. 4- 



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IntercoMegiate V^restling 



A strong senior team this year regained the intercollegiate wrestling champion- 
ship lost to O. A.C. last year. The Morris Sobel-Jack Amos coached team won 
four of the eight divisions to edge O.A.C. 23 to 20. McGill scored nine points; 
Queen's two; and Western, one. 

Jack Kirkup, in the 145 pound class, and Kirk Wipper, in the 165 pound, were 
repeat winners for Varsity. Other victorious Bluemen were Harry Lubbock, in 
the 125 pound division, and Bernie Shaver, in the 155 pound class. 

The intermediate wrestlers grappled their way to easy victory in the inter- 
collegiate intermediate meet. Varsity won six of the eight events to gain 33 points. 
Western was second with 10 points, O.A.C. third with nine. 4 

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UNIVERSITY OF TORONTO SENIOR BOXING TEAM 1949-50 CHAMPIONS 

SECOND ROW: Trainer; W. D. Armstrong, 165 lb. Champ; ]. C. Folinsbee, 775 lb.; T. C. Turner, Heavy- 
weight Champ; W. R. McCuTCHEON, Manager; R. Mitchell, Staff Member. 

FRONT ROW: N. E. Green, 155 lb.; R. S. Couceiro, 147 lb. Champ;'toNY Canzano, Coach; H. H. Henshall, 
115 lb. Champ; C. Leprich, 140 lb. Champ. 

ABSENT: G. R. Williams, m lb. Champ. 




UNIVERSITY OF TORONTO INTERMEDIATE BOXING TEAM 1949-50 CHAMPIONS 

SECOND ROW: R. Mitchell, Staff Member; R. S. MacLennan, G. G. Else, J. Miteff, Manager. 
FRONT ROW: F.J. W. Corner, P. Petcoff, Tony Canzano, Coai:/!'; P. Webb, B. S. Berting. 



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UNIVERSITY OF TORONTO SENIOR WRESTLING TEAM CHAMPIONS 1949-50 

SECOND ROW : J. A. Gray, 175 lb.; P. Samuel, E. B. M. Fisher, 190 lb.; L. V. Smith, Heavy. 

FRONT ROW; A. R. T. Chetwynd, Stajf Member;]. C. Kirkup, 145 lb.;]. A. Amos, Coach; Y..h.W . Wipper, 

165 lb.; Captain; M. Sodel, Coach; B. D. Shaver, 155 lb.; K. Yates, Manager. 
ABSENT; H. W. Lubbock, 125 lb.; W. G. Pitman, i35 lb. 




UNIVERSITY OF TORONTO INTERMEDIATE WRESTLING TEAM CHAMPIONS 1949-50 

SECOND ROW; A. R. T. Chetwynd, Staff Member; L. Goodman, G. Dingwall, A. R. Hebert, K. Yates, Manager. 
FRONT ROW : G. H. Davies, J. L. Amos, Coach; P. D. Hopkins, Captain; M. Sobel, Coach; G. A. Wright. 
ABSENT; J. G. Garbutt, P. A. Lobraico. 



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UNIVERSITY OF TORONTO SKI TEAM 1949-50 

SECOND ROW: W. G. Beck, Coach; P. Berg-Johannssen, J. B. Wait, D. R. Hughson. 

FRONT ROW :0. E. Michaelsen, W. R. Hutcheson, A. R. C.Jones, Captain; I. F. H. Rogers, T. Andresen. 



Intercollegiate Skiing 



T ACK of snow through most of the early winter months handicapped training of 
Varsity's ski team, but despite this handicap, the team showed well in two col- 
lege meets. 

In the Canadian Intercollegiate Athletic Union meet at Toronto, Varsity placed 
fifth in the 10-college meet. Outstanding was the performance of Tommy Andresen, 
who won the jumping competition. 

At the McGill winter carnival, the Bluemen found stifFer competition and man- 
aged only sixth place among the seven competing colleges from Canada and the 
United States. 

In the latter meet, Odd Michaelsen finished 12th in the jumping competition, 
Perc Berg-Johannssen 10th in the cross-country and Bob Hutcheson 12th in the 
downhill-slalom . 4 



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Intercollegiate Soccer 

(^ yARSITY'S soccer teams continued their domination of intercollegiate soccer 
competition this year, winning both senior and intermediate titles. 

Paced by playing-coach Brian Barton, the seniors won the coveted Blackwood 
Trophy for the 11th consecutive season, and was recognized in soccer circles as one 
of the finest aggregations ever to appear in intercollegiate competition. 

As in the past, the Varsity team relied on many players from various Dominions 
in the British Empire — players brought up on the art of the British game. Particu- 
larly noteworthy of mention were the performances of Ted Evans, Erri Thompson, 
Bob Antoni and Alain Wyler.4. 



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UNIVERSITY OF TORONTO SENIOR SOCCER TEAM, INTERCOLLEGIATE CHAMPIONS 

1949-50 
THIRD ROW: W.J. Babcock, Manager. 

SECOND ROW: E. St. E. Thompson, N.J. Reed, W. C. Leach, T. L. Moffat. 
FRONT ROW: R. O. Antoni, B. A. Barton, Coach; E. D. Evans, Captain; A. Wyler, J. Allan. 
ABSENT: T. E. Broadhurst, J. Wotherspoon, A. Kuchuda. 




UNIVERSITY OF TORONTO INTERMEDIATE SOCCER CHAMPIONS 1949-50 
SECOND ROW: E. Raymond, S. M. Montemurro, T. Andresen, R. Wilson, O. Friele. 

FRONT ROW: R. Osadchuk, D. Dos Santos, J. Comrie, T. L. Moffat, M. Rigabert, H. A. Delfosse, V. F. Schuler. 
ABSENT; E.J. Kersey, G. R. Williams, C. R. Horney, B. A. Batron, Coach; W.J. Babcock, Manager. 



MEN'S ATHLETICS 



Intercollegiate Gymnastics 

^ ^ORDON Gibson won the individual championship for Varsity in the inter- 
collegiate gymnastics meet in Toronto, but the Bluemen were edged 113 to 107 
by McGill in team competition. 

While the team lost the Caron Trophy, Gibson's performance brought home the 
Werry Trophy. He placed first in high bar and horse events and second on the mats. 
Another Toronto winner was Hugh Alexander, who tied for first place in the parallel 
bars event. 4- 



IntercoMegiate Rugger 



/jNLY two universities, Varsity and McGill, have taken an active interest in 
English rugger through the post-war years, and the Blue team has had a decided 
edge in recent years. 

Coached by Jack Gibbs, the Varsity rugger team trounced McGill in both games 
of the home and home series, winning 12-5 and 8-0. Captain Don Glen and vice- 
captain Tom Matsui played stellar roles in the two Varsity wins. 4- 



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UNIVERSITY OF TORONTO GYMNASTIC TEAM 

J. B. Murphy, M.J. Dignam,J. G. Gibson, Individual Champion; H.J. Alexander, G. C. Price. 
ABSENT: J. E. DooLEV. 




UNIVERSITY OF TORONTO ENGLISH RUGBY TEAM, 

INTERCOLLEGIATE CHAMPIONS 1949-50 

SECOND ROW: J. Tucker, I. G. L. Freeth, R. A. Glen, P. R. Day, W. A. B. Dougl.^s, R. H. Gaunt, 

J. S. Cameron, W. W. Riesberry. 
FRONT ROW: W.M. Cox, D.N. Anderson, T. Matsui, D.G.Glen, Captain;]. Gibbs, Coach; A.L. Gowdey, 
J. W. Gerard. 



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UNIVERSITY OF TORONTO SENIOR & INTERMEDIATE FENCING TEAMS 

SECOND ROW: SENIOR TEAM: J. R. Roberts, K. F. Soga, F. Sgambati, Staff Member; 

M. Kellow, L. Goldenberg. 
FRONT ROW: INTERMEDIATE TEAM: T. J.McGougan.J. ALPAR,Ctf<Ji:/!.;CHARLEsWALTERs, 
, Fencing Master; A. Slama, J. S. A. Tefft. 



Intercollegiate Fencing 



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ARSITY'S senior fencing team again won the intercollegiate title, paced by 
Captain Mark Kellow, who placed second in the individual competition. 



Much of the credit for Varsity's fine fencing showing must go to Coach Julius 
Alpar, the Hungarian Olympic Fencing Master. 

The intermediate fencing team was less fortunate than the senior team, losing 
the intercollegiate title to O.A.C. Despite the team loss, Varsity captain, Jim 
McGougan, won the individual title. 4 



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UNIVERSITY OF TORONTO TENNIS TEAMS 1949-50 

SECOND ROW; INTERMEDIATE TEAM: J. W. Biddell, J. M. Coles, F. W. R. Taylor. 
FRONT ROW: SENIOR TEAM: L. G. Turner, E. Howard. 
ABSENT: A. W. Anderson, J. R. Little, F. H. W. Dawes. 



Intercollegiate Tennis 

C I HE senior intercollegiate tennis title was won by the University of Montreal, 
with Art Anderson and Len Turner, of Varsity, winning the doubles champion- 
ship again. 

Montreal won the title on the basis of victory in singles competition and total 
team points. 

The intermediate tennis team, playing at McMaster University, won every 
match and is expected to form the nucleus of next season's senior team. 4- 



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UNIVERSITY OF TORONTO GOLF TEAMS 

SECOND ROW: INTERMEDIATE TEAM: R. M. Masters, R. O. Gouinlock. 
FRONT ROW: SENIOR TEAM: J. C. Pavanel, D. N. Greey, G. F. Smalley. 



Intercollegiate Golf 

^^y yARSITY'S golfers ran into a bad day at the senior intercollegiate tournament 
in Kingston and finished sixth in the seven-team competition. McGill 
captured the Ruttan Trophy, posting a low total score of 640 over the rain-soaked 
Cataraqui course. 

The Blue foursome was well down with a total score of 700 for the 36 holes. 
Dave Greey and John Pavenel topped the Toronto golfers with 173 cards, while 
Hugh Watson and George Smalley posted 177 s. 

In the intermediate golf tournament at Guelph, Varsity tied for second place 
with O.A.C. over the 18-hole distance. McMaster rolled to a decisive win, with a 
team score of 323. 4< 



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UNIVERSITY OF TORONTO SAILING TEAM 1949-50 

BACK ROW: A. Davis, G. Stein, J. Landgon, R. Lorie. 

FRONT ROW: M. Winlo, P. Pangman, G. Cuthbertson, G. Whittaker. 



Intercollegiate Sailing 



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ARSITY'S senior sailing team again won the Colonel L. F. Grant trophy, 
emblem of intercollegiate sailing supremacy. 



The Blue team, composed of Peter Pangman, George Cuthbertson, Bud Whittaker 
and Mike Winlo won the regatta at the Royal St. Lawrence Yacht Club against 
entries from Queen's and the Royal Military College. 

Varsity's second sailing team journeyed to New London, Conn, to compete for 
the Danmark Trophy against 11 United States Colleges and McGill. While failing 
to win the trophy, the seconds administered a sound licking to McGill, the only 
other Canadian entry. 4 



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FOOTBALL 

A. J. Bell 
P. M. Bennett 
W. J. Brewer 
R. A. Brown 

A. Cecutti 

J. M. Chorostecki 
1. M. Clark 

B. F. Cummings 
W. Danylchuk 
J. R. Evans 

E. B. M. Fisher 
H. A. Forge 
J. M. Gray 
M. J. Hadlow 
A. R. C. Jones 
J. J. Kelly 
A. S. Lawson 
W. N. Lloyd 
W. G. London 
R. D. Longmore 
J. F. Mustard 
R. G. MacFadden 
N. G. Purdue 
J. W. Roberts 
W. R. Scott 
E. M. Sinclair 
A. Stevenson 
A. H. Zimmerman 

TENNIS 

A. W. Anderson 
L. G. Turner 

ENGLISH RUGBY 

J. W. Gerard 
D. G. G. Glen 
T. Matsui 
W. W. Riesberry 

TRACK 

G. S. Doull 
W. A. Farlinger 
D. Green 



Holders 
1950 



SOCCER 

J. Allen 

R. O. Antoni 

B. A. Barton 

T. E. Broadhurst 

E. D. Evans 

A. Kuchkuda 

D. C. Moffat 
W. G. Leach 
N. J. Reed 

E. St. E. Thompson 
J. Wotherspoon 

A. Wyler 

WATER POLO 

T. C. Arnold 
J. C. Crang 
T. H. Lloyd 
W. G. Maslen 
N. W. Mortimer 

B. Newman 
H. P. Peacock 
L. Y. Rosen 
P. Rosen 

HOCKEY 

J. H. Addison 
P. L. Arrowsmith 
R. Bazos 

F. A. Bell 
W. H. Digby 
N. D. Fox 
E. C. Frey 
J. O. Hayes 
R. V. Howson 
J. C. Kane 

J. W. MacDougall 
W. R. Moore 
D. M. Orr 
D. C. Turcott 
C. P. Vernon 
W. R. Wahers 



BASKETBALL 

A. J. Bell 

J. Braithwaite 

D. H. Carruthers 
G. N. Gibbs 

J. M. Gray 

W. J. Henderson 

W. D. Huycke 

E. H. Luck 

J. S. McManus 
E. D. Wigle 

GYMNASTICS 
J. G. Gibson 

FENCING 
M. D. S. Kellow 

BOXING 

W. D. Armstrong 
R. S. Couceiro 
H. H. Henshall 

C. Leprich 
T. C. Turner 
G. R. Williams 

WRESTLING 

J. C. Kirkup 
H. W. Lubbock 
B. F. Shaver 
K. A. W. Wipper 

SKIING 
T. Andresen 

HARRIER 

D. A. Barr 
G. S. Doull 

G. H. Webster 

SWIMMING 

F. D. Gibson 
K. H. C. Tulley 



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INTRAMURAL SPORTS COMMITTEE 

STANDING: R. A. Beattie, S.P.S.; A. C. Poole, Forestry; E. W. Chown, Social Work; A. A. H. Strike, 
Victoria; G. R. Wallace, U.C. 

SITTING: J. E. McCuTCHEON, Secretary; W. A. Smith, Knox; W. R. Moore, Dentistry; D. T. Sloan, Emman- 
uel; F. A. Lawson, Trinity, V ice-Chairman; ]. S. Cunningham, Wycliffe, Chairman; A. P. Tilbe, Archi- 
tecture; B. O. Causton, Institutional Management; T. J. McRae, St. Michael's; B. Bernstein, Law; 
Miss. K. Boyd, Assistant Secretary. 

ABSENT: R. A. Haliburton, Medicine. 

^^jURING the session 1949-50 the Intramural Athletic programme provided 
-^--^opportunity for University of Toronto students to play in almost one thousand 
games and twenty-seven meets and tournaments. 

Out of this maze of competition the University College — Physical and Health 
Education combination emerged as "All Year Intramural High Point Champions" 
by virtue of their win in the T. A. Reed Trophy Race. In winning the trophy the 
recipients are to be congratulated on the all-round, balanced effort which they 
maintained throughout the year. For example, approximately 25% of their total 
was gained through U.C. and P.H.E. men participating on intercollegiate teams; 
the remainder was almost equally divided between points for entry and points for 
winning events, games, groups and championships. Also to be congratulated are 
Trinity and Victoria Colleges for finishing in second and third positions respectively. 

The Intramural Sports Committee, composed of the athletic presidents of the 
competing colleges and faculties, deserves great credit for supplying the co-ordinat- 
ing factor which made the efficient operation of the programme possible. The 1949-50 
committee was one of the most competent in years. Chairman Jim Cunningham of 
Wycliffe College and his associates handled a difficult and diversified job in a more 
than capable manner. 

That the participants appreciate the opportunities provided by the programme 
is indicated by the fact that once again all facilities were taxed to capacity. 

The University of Toronto Athletic Association and the Department of Athletics 
and Physical Education are aware of the far reaching values which may be derived 
from the promotion of an intramural programme which provides v/holesome phy- 
sical recreation for a large percentage of the student body. The emphasis which is 
placed on intramurals at this University has paid dividends in the past and will 
continue to do so in the future. 4- 



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Intramural Championships 

T. A. REED TROPHY WON BY— University College— 12,363 Points 
Second — Trinity College — 11,307 Points 
Third— Victoria College— 10,729 Points 



Sports 



Trophy 



Winner 



Basketball — Major League 


• Clifford Sifton Cup 


. 


. St. Michaels "A" 


— Minor League 


■ No award - - - - - 


■ Pre-Dent 


Football - - . - 


• Sir William Mulock Cup - 


. Vic 


Hockey , , , . 


• W. T. Jennings Cup 




• St. Michaels A. 


Lacrosse - - - - 


. Dr. W. A. Dafoe Cup 




. Med I 


Soccer . . . . . 


' Arts Faculty Cup 




- Trin A 


Swimming 


- No award 




. U.C. 


Volleyball . , . . 


Victoria Staff Cup 




. Med. I 


Water Polo- 


Eckardt Cup 




. U.C. I 


Boxing — Senior 


Davidson Cup 




S.P.S. 


— Junior 


No award 




. S.P.S. 


Fencing — Senior 


No award 




M.D.S. Kellow 


Gymnastics — Senior 


H. A. Wilson Co. 




Trin 


— Junior 


No award - 




• No competition 


Golf — Team- 


No award 




S.P.S. 


— Individual - 


No award 




W. P. Tarasick, S.P.S 


Harrier — Senior 


Brotherton Cup - 




S.P.S. 


— Junior 


No award 




S.P.S. 


— Freshman 


No award 




Vic 


Indoor Track - - - . 


Toronto Cricket Club Cup- 


St. Michaels 


Squash — Team 


No award ,,,--. 


Trin 


— Individual 


No award ---..- 


J. W. Bidden (Trin) 


Skiing , . , . . 


No award ------ 


No competition 


Swimming — Senior 


A. M. Fitzgerald Cup - - - . 


Med 


— Junior 


No award ------ 


S.P.S. 


— Freshman - 


No award ,.-,-. 


Arch 


Tennis — Team 


Victoria Tennis Club Cup - 


U.C. 


— Individual 


F. Y. McEachern Cup- 


L.G. Turner, PHE 


Track — Senior- 


W. L. Rowell Memorial Cup 


U.C. 


— Junior- 


No award 


U.C. 


Wrestling — Senior- 


No award 


U.C, S.P.S.— Tied 


— Junior- 


No award 


U.C. 


THE DON M. BAR 


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Alexander, Vic. 


THE McCAT 


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ng— L. Y. Ros< 

r A TT I: 


in, Med. 

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THE CODY TROPHY— Track— W. A. Farlinger, Vic. 



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SECOND ROW: A. Pearlstein, N. MacPhee, C. Leprich, G. Clarke, M. Cohl, E. Gawinski, 

N. Mortimer, B. MacDonald, G. Cummings, A. Lewis. 
FRONT ROW: W. Davis, D. Kettle, G. Wallace, Athletic Director; P. Niblock, W. Lawrence. 



University College Athletic Board 

I /nIVERSITY college squads fared well in both track, field and basketball 
in the 1949-50 season. The Junior and Senior track teams were both at the top 
of their groups. 

Of the four teams to reach the semi-finals in basketball, two were from U.C. The 
U.C. I's entered the finals against St. Mikes. 

The U.C. football team had difficulty getting untracked, but did manage to tie 
Victoria College, who later went on to win the Mulock Cup. The U.C. I lacrosse 
team entered the finals against Meds and once again they had to be satisfied with 
runner-up position. U.C. also entered the Water Polo finals for a second consecutive 
year. 

A great deal of credit is due the Athletic Board, which, under George Wallace, 
directed U.C. athletic activities throughout the year. The many teams and varied 
activities in U.C. sports life required an alert and competent executive such as George 
Wallace and his associates provided. 4" 



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UNIVERSITY COLLEGE FOOTBALL TEAM 

SECOND ROW: P. Downey, Coach; P. Hynbidaid, J. Midiff, B. Grasser, B. Taylor, B. Miles, 
I. Smith, P. Webb, H. Steinberg, J. Duggon, S. Oleon, Assistant Coach. 

FRONT ROW: B. Walker, J. Cullen, K. Yates, G. Barnhill, W. Terry, T. Webb, K. Wass, 
W. Hrynyshyn. 




UNIVERSITY COLLEGE I LACROSSE TEAM 

SECOND ROW: F. Chambers, W. Davis, J. Sukmanuski, R. Shepherd, J. Raymond. 
FRONT ROW: J. Young, P. Byrne, E. Bi.ouin, S. Kopsky. 



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UNIVERSITY COLLEGE SENIOR BASKETBALL TEAM 

SECOND ROW: S. Tisdale, K. Barkin, Manager; J. Kennedy, L. Wengle, E. Johnson, 

G. McFadden, Ted Luck, Coach; A. Pearlstein. 
FRONT ROW: S. Durbin, A. Schipper, H. Bocknek, G. Freeman, J. Robson. 




UNIVERSITY COLLEGE WATER POLO TEAM 

SECOND ROW: R. Horwood, S. Tobe, D. Macklin, B. Tobe, H. Silversteii 
FIRST ROW: S. Wigle, N. Mortimer, M. Lester. 
ABSENT: R. Shepherd. 



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UNIVERSITY COLLEGE SENIOR HOCKEY TEAM 

SECOND ROW: J. Stuckey, B. Dickson, L. Turner, J. Gormack, J. Errington, W. Robertson, 

D. Maynard, D. Colquhoun, R. Edwards. 
FRONT ROW: H. Jewson, R. McCutcheon, J. Fullerton, R. Masters, A. Robertson, 

Manager. 
ABSENT: T. Gawinski, Coach; G. Cummings. 




UNIVERSITY COLLEGE JUNIOR HOCKEY TEAM 

SECOND ROW: K. Wass, T. Hynbida, H. Law, G. Freeman, C. Tyndall, J. Wootton, 

E. Harris. 
FRONT ROW: E. Blouin, D. Summerfeldt, G. Lightstone, F. Kohan, I. MacDonald, 

J. MORLOCK. 



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SECOND ROW : Gordon Coggins, Third Year Representative; Bob Reid, Basketball Curator; 
Jack Milne, Track Curator; Walter Pridham, First Year Kepresentative; Lorne Lodge, 
Second Year Kepresentative. 

FRONT ROW: Gordon Bean, Fourth Year Representative; Professor Woodside, Honorary Presi- 
dent; Alan Strike, President; Don Gibson, Treasurer. 

ABSENT: John Rhame, Secretary; Bob Ralph, Football Curator; ^d. Dover, Hockey Curator. 



Victoria College Athletic Union 

(^ ylCTORIA College has had one of its more successful years in intramural 
w^ athletics. This fact is born out by the final Reed Trophy figures which place 
Vic in third place. This is the highest position ever reached by Victoria College in 
the history of the Reed Trophy competition. 

The Mulock Cup is back in its rightful haven as the Vic gridders won the most 
coveted of all intramural trophies. They defeated Senior School in the finals in a 
game that was probably more thrilling than many of the intercollegiate games this 
year. The Senior Soccer Team gave an exhibition of real sportsmanship before losing 
in the semi-finals. The Vic I lacrosse team gave a good account of itself in playoffs. 
Both Senior and Junior hockey teams reached the semi-finals where the Seniors 
suffered from a lack of substitutes and the Juniors were denied. Basketball did not 
fare so well as only the Vic V's reached the playoffs in the major leagues though six 
of our nineteen minor-league teams were in playoffs. 

The Vic Senior Track Team placed second in the intramural track meet with a 
Vic man carrying off the Cody Trophy. Vic won the Freshman Harrier this year and 
the Vic I water polo team did well in group 1. Finally, Vic boxers were finalists 
in intramural competition. 

The Victoria College Athletic Union would like to take this opportunity to wish 
graduating Victoria athletes every success as they depart from the Little Vic playing 
field into the playing field of life. 4 



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VICTORIA COLLEGE FOOTBALL TEAM, MULOCK CUP CHAMPIONS 
FOURTH ROW: P. Whitebread, Tia/iier; VV. Angus, Miinager: A. Williams, B. Colbert, W. Gore, 

R. Zimmerman, J. Rogers, D. Moat, T. Dyke, W. Allen, W. Bodrug,J. Fairley. 
THIRD ROW: J. Little, H. Damp, M. Reid, G. Hill, P. Walton, J. Ktlgour, B. Ledger, R. Newell, 

E. File, W. Tynkaluk, Manager. 
SECOND ROW: C. Fick, R. Ludwig. T. Dryden. 
FRONT ROW: L. Fick, Coach; R, Morgan, S. Howard, R. Barford, L. Lodge, Captain; R. Rumball, 

B. Martin, J. Anderson, R. Ralph, Curator. 
ABSENT: Al. George, K. Sumner. 




VICTORIA COLLEGE SENIOR HOCKEY TEAM 
SECOND ROW: Parks Whitebread, Trainer; Les Summers, Bill Farhnger, Ian Linton, Bob Ralph, 

Manager. 
FRONT ROW: Wally Parks, Don Mackay, Jack LowERY, John Rhame, Al. Strike. 
ABSENT: John MacDougal, Coach; Howard Russel, Jack Birkenshaw, John Crawford, Stew. Howard. 



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VICTORIA COLLEGE SENIOR SOCCER TEAM 

SECOND ROW: Stan. Wadlow, Coach; Dave Hastings, Mel Baker, Frank McCamus, Jack Buckles, 

Bill Acheson, Gerry Maynes. 
FRONT ROW: Jack Henry, Gord Bean, Ben Smillie, Chris Keane, Glyn Williams, Mar2ai^er; Hugh 

Delfosse. 
ABSENT: Bill Mercer, Bruce Vanstone. 




VICTORIA COLLEGE I LACROSSE TEAM 

SECOND ROW: James Walder, Gordon Rush, Alec Davidson, Robert Murray, Fred Ladly. 
FRONT ROW: Fred McFadden, Paul Higgins, John Ham, 
ABSENT: Rae Hastings, Captain; Gowan Guest. 



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VICTORIA COLLEGE 
SENIOR BASKETBALL TEAM 

SECOND ROW: Jack Milne, Bob Reid, Mr. H. 
Pearse, Coach; George Stone, Michael 
Andrassy. 

FRONT ROW: Bob Mackintosh, Jim Harris, John 
Mackenzie, George Elson, Don MacKay. 



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TEAM 

FRESHMAN CHAMPIONS 

SECOND ROW: Jack Milne, Ross Towler, 
Charles Wortman, Warren Morris. 

FRONT ROW: Al Strike, John Good, Norm 
Laidlaw, Couch; Bill Angus, Bob 
Sherridan. 





VICTORIA COLLEGE TRACK AND 
FIELD TEAM 

THIRD ROW; W. Farlinger. 
SECOND ROW: J. Milne, Captain: Mr. 
Laidlaw, W. McIntosh. 

FRONT ROW: W. McMackon, M. Pearce, 
R. Rumble, J. Morrison. 

ABSENT: J. Rhame, A. Gregory. 



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SECOND ROW; CuTHBERT Whitehead, John Barton, Jim Linklater, Bob Johnston, Dick 

Hassard. 
FRONT ROW: Gray Perkins, Tom Crerar, Al Hooper, Al Lawson, Professor C. A. Ashley, 

Tom Lawson, Bill Brewer. 



Trinity College Athletic Association 

ZN a year that was marked by a definite falling-off of interest in many College and 
University organizations, the Athletic Executive was gratified to see that partici- 
pation in its activities was better. Over half the Men of College took part in sport 
and the results of this participation were evident in the high standing Trinity main- 
tained in the T. A. Reed Trophy race. 

For the second year in a row the College won an Intramural Championship 
through the splendid efforts of its First Soccer Team. Undefeated throughout the 
season, the Team overcame Junior SPS in the finals to take the Arts Faculty Cup. 

Though the football squad fared none too well, its members were almost entirely 
composed of Freshmen who should form a strong team next year. Once again there 
was the usual bustle in Track, Harrier, Lacrosse, Basketball, Wrestling, Boxing (an 
intramural Heavyweight title). Volleyball, Swimming, Waterpolo, Tennis, and 
Hockey. A word of praise should be given to the team Managers, who efficiently 
handled the less glorious but nonetheless important aspects of the athletic 
programme. 

The Athletic Dinner was held in Strachan Hall in November and the Men of 
College were fortunate in having Dr. Griffiths, former Headmaster of Ridley College, 
as guest speaker. The evening was a complete success and a few weeks later was 
followed up by the ever popular Athletic Dance. 

Although every active member of the Association deserves credit for his partici- 
pation in and enthusiasm for the year's athletic programme, special praise must go to 
the President and the Manager of Athletics for their exceptionally good work.-^ 



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TRINITY COLLEGE SOCCER TEAM 

THIRD ROW: D. Snowdon, W. Cox, A. Forbes. 

SECOND ROW: Venerable J. B. Fotheringham, D, Donaldson, R. Butterfield, H. Rowan, R. Gaunt, 

J. W. SCRIVIN. 

FRONT ROW: H. Wareham, D. Glen, B. Britton-Foster, T. Matthews, H. Macdonald. 




TRINITY COLLEGE A HOCKEY TEAM 

SECOND ROW: T. Wells, T. Crerar, P. Stuart, G. Pringle, M. Hall, E. Howard, P. White. 
FRONT ROW: J. Cowan, T. Lawson, J. Bowden, J. Brownell, M. Creal, R. Whitehead, D. Wright. 



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ST. MICHAEL'S COLLEGE ATHLETIC DIRECTORATE 

SECOND ROW: S. Wiechoreck, D. Robertson, G. Washington, R. Sullivan, G. Garossino. 
FRONT ROW: P. Forestell, T. McRae, Vice-President; D. Wallace, President; J. Dugan, 
M, Sabadasz. 




ST. MICHAEL'S COLLEGE HOCKEY TEAM, 
WINNERS OF THE JENNINGS CUP 

SECOND ROW: Fred Grossi, Pat McLaughlin, Coach; John Bennett, John Robertson, 

Terry Foy, Earl Duffy, Joe Prendergast, Paul Wainhouse. 
FRONT ROW: Bob McIntyre, Pat Duffy, Jim Daly, Jim McManamy. 



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ST. MICHAEL'S COLLEGE FOOTBALL TEAM 

THIRD ROW; P. Lapetito, G. WyleJ. Washington, W. McKenna.T. Mauchley.W. O'Hara. 
SECOND ROW; R. Sullivan, G. Neville, E. O'Keefe, J. Davin, P. Tierney, D. Mulligan, 

W. Ross. 
FRONT ROW; D. Schmaltz, R. Knollmeyer, A. Adams, Captain; L. Brennan, N. Bergen. 




ST. MICHAEL'S COLLEGE BASKETBALL TEAM 
WINNERS OF THE SIFTON CUP 

SECOND ROW; Rev. J. B. Dorsey, Coach; E. Vogtisek, D. Murphy, R. Warne, T. Flynn, 

T. Keane, W. Farrell, D. Murnane, J. Rossi, Manager. 
FRONT ROW; P. Forestell, Manager; S. Carr, R. Brown, M. McKeown, J. Firman, 

W. Murphy. 



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ST. MICHAEL'S COLLEGE TRACK TEAM 

SECOND ROW: R. Neill, G. McMui.len, S. Neill, G. Garossino. 

FRONT ROW: E. Hughes, P. Forestell, C. Vipavec, J. Hyrishko, W. Farrell. 




ST. MICHAEL'S COLLEGE LACROSSE TEAM 

SECOND ROW: Joe Prendergast, Earl Duffy, Fred Grossi, Jerry Larmer, John Bennett 
FRONT ROW: Pat Duffy, Pat McLaughlin, Bob McIntyre, John Robertson. 



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KNOX COLLEGE SOCCER TEAM 

THIRD ROW: L. McPherson, K. McQueen, 

B. Herrod, D. W'iRNE, A. Campbell 

Manager. 
SECOND ROW: W. Klein, M. Jess, 

G. HoPTON, W. Allum, R. Ritchie. 
FRONT ROW: L. Sutherland, W. Ainslie, 

W. Welch, Captain; R. Ainslie, 

S. Donovan. 



KNOX COLLEGE 
VOLLEYBALL TEAM 

SECOND ROW: L. McPherson, M. Scott, 
J. Goldsmith, W. Klein, G. Hopton, 
Manager. 

FRONT ROW: B. Will, T. Heimrich, 
A. Vair, a. MacDonald, A. Bailey. 



KNOX COLLEGE HOCKEY TEAM 

GROUP VII INTRAMURAL 
CHAMPIONS 

SECOND ROW: M. Putnam, Coach; 

D. Ritchie, A. Campbell, B. Miles, 

J. Phillips, J. Cattran, E. Bagg. 
FRONT ROW: W. MacDonald, L. MacPher- 

SON, W. Allum, D. Herron, Caftatn; 

G. Hopton. 
ABSENT: L. Sutherland. 




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EMMANUEL COLLEGE ATHLETIC ASSOCIATION 

Howard Pentland, Volleyball Manager; Ted Kirsey, First Year Representative; Charles Newton, Hockey 
Manager; Bob Thompson, Third Year Representative; Doug Sloan, President; Dr. Line, Honorary President: 
Stewart Anderson, Secretary; Bev. Johnston, Basketball Manager; Bill Sherwin, Swimming Manager; 
Jim Seunarine, Soccer Manager. 




EMMANUEL COLLEGE SOCCER TEAM 

THIRD ROW: Matthew Taylor, Laurie Purdy, Stewart Anderson, Bill Sherwin, Bev Johnston. 
SECOND ROW: Dr. K. H. Cousland, Don Orth, Bob Kaill, Jim Seunarine, Doug Sloan, Art Chapple, 

Don Hooker, Dr. John Line. 
FRONT ROW: Stan Snowden, Bob McLellan, Joseph Ohm, Ted Kersey, Ron Love, Lloyd Coates, 

Bill Annis. 



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SECOND ROW: J. Hesketh, Treasurer; R. Way, Curator; R. Woolley, Curator; W. Leach, I 

President. 
FRONT ROW: The Rev. J. S. Cunningham, President; T. Harpur, Secretary. 



Wycliffe College Athletic Association 

WyERHAPS the greatest achievement of the Wycliffe College Athletic Association 
of the year 1949-50 has been the supplying of first-class equipment to the various 
teams representing the College in inter-faculty sport. For the first time within a 
decade our teams have entered the field uniformly garbed and suitably equipped. This 
reform was largely due to the energetic efforts of our Athletic Association Executive, 
led by Mr. James Cunningham.. 

It is true that the Wycliffe "New Look" did not produce many group champion- 
ships yet the teams were inspired to greater achievements. The water polo team 
splashed its way to a group championship and the soccer team tied for top honours 
in its group. Both the basketball and hockey teams revealed new talent and with 
more practice these teams will be top contenders in their respective groups next year. 

Our executive for 1949-50 has pointed the way to greater things in Wycliffe 
athletics. May its successors follow this "goodly example". 4- 



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TOP ROW: G. N. Soulis, President; E. Moore, P.J. Dowling, E. H. Benstein, R. E. Sparrow. 
BOTTOM ROW: R. Beattie, W. W. Walker, W. A. Firstbrook, R. S. MacLennan, 

J. C. FoLINSBEE. 



S»P,S. Athletic Association 

THE focal point of the efforts of the Engineering Society Athletic Exec, was the 
recapture of the all-important Reed Trophy, which has for so many years not 
graced the S.P.S. Trophy cabinet. The boys really showed a capability for executive 
organization, and the body of athletic-minded Skulemen who competed in every 
sport so successfully did not let up the pressure on the foe of the moment for very 
long. 

With all of Ajax in T.O. for the first time, the problem was to organize the 3000 
odd Skulemen efficiently and effectively. The new facilities in the basement of the 
Engineering building proved a godsend for the centre of activities, with the large 
equipment storage space, and new clerking system. 

The executive members themselves were fine leaders, but a great deal of the credit 
for Skule's achievements is due to the "sub-heads", the chaps who took over each 
sport and looked after all the myriad minute details of team selection, notification, 
and general direct leadership. 

The final results of these intensified efforts are not known at the time of writing, 
but no matter who wins out in March, it has been a terrific year for Skule. We hope 
that succeeding executives and the mass of budding Engineers can improve on the 
showing in the years to come. 4- 



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ROBERT ADARE 



Phene Memorial Trophy 

(j I ^HIS lovely hunk of silver is awarded 
-»- annually to the member of the Senior 
SPS Football team, (on a vote of his team- 
mates) who contributes most by his 
sportsmanship and playing ability to the 
team. 

The proud recipient for the 49-50 
season is Bob "Flash" Adare, brilliant 
halfback with the Mulock Cup finalists. 
Bob was a ball of fire with the squad all 
year, using his exceptional speed (look at 
his track achievements) and deception to 
knife through opposing tacklers and reel 
off large gains around the end or off tackle. 
Though hit hard by his heavier oppon- 
ents, Bob kept coming back time and 
again and had a large hand in helping the 
team into the finals against Vic. The boys 
on the squad, knowing his "college try" 
efforts so well, did not hesitate when the 
balloting time came around. 4 




DAVID BARR 

Bronze "S" 

^VERY year one member of the grad- 
^^uating class is voted to the exalted 
position of holder of the Special Bronze S 
for his outstanding achievements in athlet- 
ics, both for the faculty and the Univer- 
sity. This is perhaps the highest award any 
Skule-type athlete can receive and Dave 
' 'Ditz" Barr is fully worthy of the honour. 

Throughout his four years servitude 
under the Blue and White, Dave has 
amassed the fantastic sum of 85 points for 
athletics, in all forms of Track and Harrier 
both on the cinders and around the execu- 
tive end of the job. He has been a star 
performer with the University Harrier 
squads in recent times, and led the SPS 
team to a very hotly contested second 
place in the indoor track meet at Hart 
House this season. 

When his classmates went to the polls 
in February they made no mistakes about 
the location of the all-important X, with 
these pleasing results. 4- 



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S.P.S. SENIOR FOOTBALL TEAM, MULOCK CUP FINALISTS 

THIRD ROW: T. Watson, P. Phemister, T. Crandell, J. Gordon, B. Rowe, E. Benstein, 

D, Brooks, Manager; ]. Britnell. 
SECOND ROW: J.Jones, N. Firth, J. Rickaby, R. Adare, J. Folinsbee, T. Weaver, Coach. 
FRONT ROW: W. Gibson, G.Cole, G. Wood, P. Valenti, L. LaPrairie, R. Richard, D. Keen, 

R. Hellard, C. James. 
ABSENT: R. Brown, J. Scott, D. McColm, T. Lumsden, G. McKendrick. 




S.P.S. SENIOR HOCKEY TEAM 

SECOND ROW: Don Sawyer, Bob McKnight, Ken Mack ay, Cliff McColm, John Watson, 

Tom Crandell, Don Grant, Bob Patterson. 
FRONT ROW: Don Coates, Gord Mollenhauer, Jack Hiley. 
ABSENT: Joe Furrow, Bob Hookings, Al. Zanatta. 



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S.P.S. SENIOR LACROSSE TEAM 

SECOND ROW: Frank Banks, Miinae^er; J. Prescott, Coach; Don Sawyer, L. Mainprize, 

M. Patrick, Don Cullingham. 
FRONT ROW: D. McKay, T. Roberts, B. Pilgrim, C. McComb. 
ABSENT: Barney Warren. 




S.P.S. JUNIOR LACROSSE TEAM 

SECOND ROW: D. Cullingham, T. Armstrong, M.anager;^. Orrell, R. McKnight.S. Fideo, 

B. Pilgrim. 
FRONT ROW: J. O Connor, D. Bruce, P. Petcoff, J. O'Donoghue. 



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S.P.S. JUNIOR HOCKEY TEAM 

SECOND ROW: George Zajicek, Murray Bennett, John Wilson, Bob McFarland, Evan 
Leuty, John Sellers, John Prendergast, Dave Brown, Horace Bellamy. 

FRONT ROW: Al Crompton, Doug Campbell, George Cooke, George Smith, Eddie Tovey, 
RussEL Beaudry, Bob Stephowsky. 

ABSENT: Eddie Howard, Bill Armstrong. 




S.P.S. JUNIOR BASKETBALL TEAM 

SECOND ROW: M. Furlong, Coach; S. Atkinson, G. Hayman, V. Corin, M. Scott, W. Klesitz, 
D. Wood, Manager. 

FRONT ROW: E. Allen, M. Leibowitz, R. Seawright, N. Dobey, W. Clark. 



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S.P.S. SOCCER TEAM 
SECOND ROW : H. Wootton, T. Arnold, M. Siberry, N. Patterson, R. Wisener, L. Moffat. 
FRONT ROW: G. Defosse, N. Blom.J. Colquhoun, M. Rigabert, J. Comrie, N. Bowden. 
ABSENT: R. Barki. 




S.P.S. SENIOR VOLLEYBALL TEAM 

SECOND ROW: Leo Temkin, Harry FoGEL, Julie Hanson. 
FRONT ROW: Bob Pogontcheff, Tom Matsui, Casey Latinovitch, 



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SECOND ROW: I. Freeth, W. Fisher, G. Miles. 
FRONT ROW: J. Leitch, B. Gilson, W. Wigle. 



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SECOND ROW: D. Struthers, Miiiiager; ]. Morton, R. Hayman, G. Hunter, J. Bindon. 
FRONT ROW: P. LaPrairie, G. Schnitzler, G. Dimock, E. LaFontaine, W. Wigle. 
ABSENT: L. LaPrairie. 



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Ardiitecture Athletics 

/\ / EW vigour has strengthened our teams this year, 
\5since first year, now in Toronto, has contributed 
many fine athletes. 

The following teams participated in intramural 
athletics: basketball, hockey, water polo, volleyball, 
tennis, track, squash and swimming. Neither sv/im- 
ming nor volleyball showed much in the win depart- 
ment but increased participation was encouraging. The 
freshman swim team won the intramural championship. 
The hockey team showed increased strength over last 
year and soon found its winning stride. This year the 
School of Architecture has supported three basketball 
teams, two major and one minor. Each won its fair 
share of games. We were fortunate to retain practically 
the same water polo team, which fulfilled to a consider- 
able degree its promise of last year. 

The School has been admirably represented by Fred 
Dawes on the tennis courts, Mike Zuberec and Bruce 
Rawlinson in track and field. 

Athletically, the School of Architecture is slowly 
finding its place on the campus, and it is to be hoped 
that this development will reach its culmination in the 
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MENS ATHLETICS 




TOP ROW: E. D. Hubbard, President; R. A. Haliburton, Vice-Presidenr; ]. R. Evans. 

Secretary-Treasurer; R, Volpe. 
SECOND ROW: E. Ricci, P. Rosen, R. Antoni, P. Vernon. 
BOTTOM ROW: P. Morse, W. MacKenzie, J. W. McGillivray, W. Renwick. 



Medical Athletic Association 



iL^Y all pre-season dope, this should have been Meds' year for the T. A. Reed 
-/-^Trophy but when the final tally was made, they were in seventh place. With 
few exceptions the teams did not click often enough to bring home the silverware. In 
individual sports, Meds held up their end, especially early in the year. 

It was the perennial winners who kept Meds in the Interfaculty picture. "Axe" 
Haliburton and the Meds I lacrosse team again fought off U.C. for their third con- 
secutive Dafoe Cup title. The Victoria Staff Cup also remains in the faculty as 5T3 
successfully defended their Inter-faculty volleyball laurels won last year. In water 
polo, Meds were in the fight until the end, being nosed out in the final by U.C. 

This year's Athletic Stick has been awarded to E. D. Hubbard, this year's presi- 
dent of the M.A.A. Dery has been very active in both intercollegiate and inter- 
faculty athletics throughout his university career. He was a member of Blues' 
swimming teams for four years, making the Senior squad in his final two years. Also 
in the Intercollegiate picture, Dery was a member of last year's senior water polo 
team. In interfaculty swimming, he was the driving force behind Meds for several 
years, many of the teams winning championships. As an athletic executive, Dery 
spent three years on the M.A.A. , including a term as vice-president and this year as 
president. All those in Meds athletics wish Dery continued success as he moves on 
into the practice of medicine. 4" 



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MEDS I LACROSSE TEAM, WINNERS OF DAFOE CUP 

SECOND ROW: R. A. Haliburton, A. Varga, R. Hetherington, J. McIlraith, H. Moher. 
FRONT ROW: E.J. Beaton, K. Hobson, H. Harley, Manager; K. Firman, W. Anderson. 




MEDS 5T3 VOLLEYBALL TEAM, WINNERS OF VICTORIA STAFF CUP 

SECOND ROW: F. B. Fallis, W. S. Rawlinson, R. L. Ruderman. 
FRONT ROW: W. E. P.^ge, E. M. Tanz, M. Lindzon. 



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MEDS I SOCCER TEAM 

SECOND ROW: G. Darby, M. Lindzon, W. Renwick, J. Knapp, I. Stern, D. Barr, G. Fyfe. 
FRONT ROW: D. Naruse, H. Stein, J. Greenberg, R. Lane, M. Auerback, M. Bardenstein. 




MEDS I HOCKEY TEAM 

SECOND ROW: J. G. Evans, J. Dawson, J. McGillivray, L. de Veber, W, Renwick, Manager; 

C. G. Cosens, J. MacDonald, R. a. Haliburton. 
FRONT ROW: B. Halliday, D. Daley, W. Mackenzie, A.J. Cecutti,J. Thomson. 
ABSENT: A. Bell, Coach; W. Zatelny, A. Louden. 



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Dentistry Athletic Association 



/J NOTHER full year of athletics for dentistry has not produced championship 
^^^ teams, but has produced championship spirit. This, after all, is more im- 
portant and Dentistry therefore had a successful year. 

Special credit and congratulations are in store for the freshmen, the pre-dental 
year who easily walked away with the minor basketball championship. If their 
spirit and sportsmanship are maintained and spreads to the senior years. Dentistry will 
once more lead in athletics. 

To those men who willingly gave of their time to participate in athletics, the 
directorate would like to say "thanks for a swell job". Special mention might be 
given to those who while not participating, came out to cheer their classmates on. 
To the quarter master, Gord Woolidge, who took a great load off the athletic direc- 
tor's shoulders goes a special thanks. 

The retiring members of the Directorate would like to wish their successors the 
best of luck and many championships. 4- 



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DENTISTRY FOOTBALL TEAM 

SECOND ROW: H. R. Kidd, J. Cudmore, H. H. Cowburn, D. A. Lalonde, W. V. Hickman, 
P. Mewha, R. K. Ryan, R. F. Hicken, J. R. Hannah, I. Hrabowsky, R. McMillen, 
G. WooLiDGE, S. G. Mesaros, a. W. Lampe, M, a. Heit, K. M. Thompson, Coach. 

FRONT ROW: J. M. Crawford, T. McCusker, J. J. Simpson, D. I. Dayne, W. Moore, 
W. Gregus, R.J. Miller, M. F. Gallagher, I. C. White, R. S. Stefaniw. 




DENTISTRY A HOCKEY TEAM 

SECOND ROW: R. Sanderson, B. Mewha, J. Hurton, F. Clumpus, W. Prichard, R. Locke. 
FRONT ROW: C. Murchison, R. Wilson, W. Moore, D. Pearson, G. Livingstone. 
ABSENT: P. Rondeau, K. Kyle, W. Young, R. Weegar. 



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DENTISTRY LACROSSE TEAM 

SECOND ROW: G. Woolidge, R. Patrick, N. Diefenbacker, D. Miller, L. Hastings, 

Manager; ]. Phillips, D. Lalonde, K. Ryan. 
FRONT ROW: W. Gerhart, J, Williams, L. Goodman, N. Webster, R. Pearson. 
ABSENT: W. McLean, H. Benson, M. Picard. 




DENTISTRY A BASKETBALL TEAM 

SECOND ROW: W. Gregus, N. Anderson, A. Lindzon, R. Kidd, E. Jones, A. Andrews, 

Coach. 
FRONT ROW: P. Sills, E. Hofpman, W. Morris, R. Hunt, A. Richman. 



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DENTISTRY SOCCER TEAM 

SECOND ROW: B. Patrick, P. Sills, 

P. Thayer, W. Mullins. 
FRONT ROW: G. Milne, D. Brown, 

W. McLean, J. Aggett, J. Nikiforuk. 
ABSENT: D. Ledlow, J. Peters, B.Goodman. 



DENTISTRY B HOCKEY TEAM 

SECOND ROW: R. Sheppard, J. Cudmore, 
R. McMillan, J. Crawford, F. 
KiNosHiTA, R. Sedore, R. Kidd, 
D. Lalonde. 

FRONT ROW: J. Glenny, R. Fulford, 
S. Mesaros, N. Diefenbacker, 
R. Darling, W. Mullin, J. Lyon. 



DENTISTRY B BASKETBALL TEAM 

SECOND ROW: S. Fox, H. Wolfman, 
1. Kleinberg, p. Curie, P. Mulvin, 
A. Richmond, Coach. 

FRONT ROW: W. Moore, L. Goodman, 
L. Hemmerick, D. Brown. 



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DENTISTRY VOLLEYBALL TEAM 

SECOND ROW: J. VicKERY, N. Andesson, 

W. Gregus, W. Morris. 
FRONT ROW: L. Hastings, R. Mulvin, 

H. KiDD. 



DENTISTRY WATER POLO TEAM 

SECOND ROW: B. Mulrooney, R. Sheppard, 
N. HoNi, Coach; G. Marshall, 
J. Siren, A. Hodgins. 

FRONT ROW: J. Thompson, K Davey, 
B. Klein. 

ABSENT: G. Woolidge, T. Walters. 



DENTISTRY SWIMMING TEAM 

SECOND ROW: T. Brown, F. Temple, 

M. Hodgins. 
FRONT ROW: H. Nori, G. Woolidge, 

G. Marshall. 




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P.H.E. I LACROSSE TEAM 

SECOND ROW: G. Ives, K. Keegan, A. Robertson, R. Shepherd, D. Maynard. 
FRONT ROW: G. Cummings, J. Stuckey,J. Da vies, R. Strom. 




P.H.E. H LACROSSE TEAM 

SECOND ROW : H. Jewson, D. Grant, G. Cummings, Coachj T. Washer, W. Owston. 
FRONT ROW: D. Colquhoun, J. Flowers, B. Dickson, C. Haist. 



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P.H.E. I BASKETBALL TEAM 

SECOND ROW: M. Gayman, T. Housely, J. McManus, Coach; N. West, R. Strom. 
FRONT ROW: R. Carr, K. Keegan, M. Furlong, M. Hadlow, R. Heath. 




P.H.E. Ill BASKETBALL TEAM 

SECOND ROW: J. Gray, Coach; R. Rosebrugh, G. Barnhill, J. Elliot, C. Haist, T. Washer. 
FRONT ROW: R. Gordon, J. Kennedy, E. Fisher, G. Higenell, H. Jewson. 



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INSTITUTIONAL MANAGEMENT HOCKEY TEAM 

SECOND ROW: Jim Garthshore, Manager; Bernie Shouldice, Harris McPhail, Ken Bailey, 
Barry Dobson, Abby Lipson, Ray Carradine, Jack Knox, Doug Crotteau, Harold 
Seligman, Junior Kemp, Norm Levine, Mac McKay, Coach. 

FRONT ROW: Ted Whiteside, Wynn Floren, Morley Mendleson, Serge Yanchuk, John 
Taylor, Jim Pearson. 

ABSENT: Al. Edwards, Doug Sparks. 




INSTITUTIONAL MANAGEMENT BASKETBALL TEAM 

SECOND ROW: Allan Edwards, Bill Salter, Frank Sheppard, Coach; Jim Skeock, Abby 

Lipson, Bernard Causton, Manager. 
FRONT ROW: Norman Lavione, Bev. Howard, Jim Pearson, Harold Seligman. 



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INSTITUTIONAL MANAGEMENT LACROSSE TEAM 

John Bates, Bill Stewart, Coach; Junior Kemp, Win. Floren, Manager; Bev. Howard, Bill 

Taylor. 
ABSENT; John Knox. 




INSTITUTIONAL MANAGEMENT SWIMMING TEAM 

THIRD ROW: Jim Hicks, John Richmond, Dave Ward, 

SECOND ROW: Mac McKay, Anthony Wyman, Richard Mayne, Douglas Sparks. 

FRONT ROW: Bernard Causton. 



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FORESTRY A HOCKEY TEAM 

SECOND ROW: R. H. Banks, K. S. Hulme, A. C. Poole, W. F. Beatty, D. L. Cunningham, 

E. K. Dreyer, a. R. C. Jones. 
FRONT ROW: S. A. Fourmier, P. G. Masterson, W. G. Cleavley, W. H. Digby, Coach; 

W. K. Clark,J. V. Daly. 



Vorestry Athletic A^ssociation 

THE Faculty of Forestry, which has been in the top three for the past three years 
in the quest for the T. A. Reed Trophy, is again attempting to capture this 
crown which has long eluded our grasp. Although we have never won this trophy, 
emblematic of student co-operation and spirit, our constant high position is a mark 
of which we can justly be proud. 

Outstanding athletes representing Forestry on Senior Intercollegiate teams this 
past season have been, Archie Jones, football; George Doull, track and harrier; 
Wilf Digby, hockey; Hugh Peacock and Bill Maslem, water polo. In addition Jones 
was awarded the George M. Biggs Trophy for 1948-49 as the University's outstand- 
ing athlete. 

The highlight in interfaculty competition this year was the green and white 
football team which won their group with six straight victories. They lost the semi- 
final to the Mulock Cup Winners, Victoria College, 19-11, after completely dominat- 
ing the first half to lead 6-0. Lack of reserves led to eventual defeat. 

First grade colours have been awarded this year to E. Anderson, R. H. Banks, 
E. K. Dreyer, W. Maslem, D. C. Mason, R. Patrick, A. C. Poole, E. Tamosetis.-^^ 



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Fraternities 




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FRATERNITIES 





ACTIVE MEMBERS INCLUDE: 

Anna Bacon, Lois Beston, Betty Bonner, Beverly 
Britt, Pauline Duff, Joan Groom, Donna Ki.ie, 
Joan Laird, Connie McEwen, Fleur Marsden, 
Isabel Mason, Laura Monsaroff, Betty Riddell, 
Sharley Robinson, Shirley Silverton, Barbara 
Smith, Connie Sparrow, Mary-Lou Thompson. 



Alpha Chi Omega 




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FRATERNITIES 




Alpha Delta Phi 




FOURTH ROW: R. M. Tait, A. M. Stewart, C. P. Vernon, T. H. Wardrop, R. B. Dougan, 
I. F. H. Rogers, H. D. Wilkins, R. H. Gaunt, R. L. Watts, E. Howard. 

THIRD ROW: W. J. MacPhee, D. R. Stevenson, D. R. Hughson, B. J. Stevenson, J. W. Digby, 
J. F. Mustard, H. A. Hyde, T. H. Crerar, W. D. Wilkins, P. M. Stewart. 

SECOND ROW: D. J. Wright, J. R. McMurrick, C. E. Medland, E. M. Sinclair, Vice-President; 
G.J. Pringle, President; W. N. Conyers, R. C. Dowsett, N. B. McLeod, W.J. Brewer. 

FRONT ROW: G. D. L. Watt, A. W. Boothe, B. D. Fenton, B. W. Taylor, W. B. Harris, A. P. Fell, 
P. B. Bell. 

ABSENT: J. R. Evans, N. M. Wilson. 



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Alpha 

Epsilon 

Phi 



Honey Tanzer, Treasurer; Evelyn Goodman, Scribe; 

EsTELLE Sugar, Dean; Helen Zener, Riah 

Captain. 
ABSENT: Merrijoy Kelner, Sub-Dean. 

CjHE past year was a very active one for Alpha Epsilon Phi. After 
M a successful rushing season, there was the usual round of parties 
as well as charitable activities. The latter included a tea and sherry 
party during the Christmas holidays, and a theatre night, which was 
held in March. Plans are already under way for next year, which the 
girls hope will be even more successful than the one just past.4> 




SECOND ROW: Shirley Wagman, Helen Zener, Beverley Kalles, Margaret Florence, Barbara 

GiTTER, Elva Doige, Dianne Shanoff, Helen Delbaum. 
FRONT ROW: Violet Rose, Honey Tanzer, Evelyn Goodman, Estelle Sugar, Ann Bochner, Shirley 

Egier. 
ABSENT: Merrijoy Kelner, Evelyn Fingold, Beverley Starkman. 



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FRATERNITIES 




Alpha Gamma Delta 




FOURTH ROW: Pamela Cowie, Pat Montgomery, Nancy Graham, Allison Zimmerman, Mary 
Skeans, Anne McCart, Margaret Sheridan, Bunny MacPherson, Mary MacPherson, Carol 
Kelly, Jane Young, June Johnston. 

THIRD ROW; Midge Spicer, Glenna Wylie, Ann Scott, Joy Hardy, Shirley Skeans, Charlotte 
FiNKEL, Helen Mary McNichol, Sybil Miles, Christine Clement, Mary Medland, Gloria Dow, 
Mary Schenk. 

SECOND ROW: Mora Campbell, First Vue-Presiiienf: ]\ne Symon, Second Vice-President; ]o.\s Painter, 
Donnie Paff, Mrs. Teasdale, Housemother; Audrey Ross, President; Jvne Pemberton, Ja.ve Macklin, 
Pat MacDonald, Lorna Jean Knight. 

FRONT ROW: Janice Johnson, Joyce Jenner, Shirley Norwich, Margaret Harrington, Pat Orange, 
Joan Martin, Diane Riddell. 

ABSENT: Margaret Campbell, Catherine Schenk, Lorna Jane Dow. 



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Alpha Omega 



1. SOL FOX, B.A., Toronto. 

Was an athlete at Harbord C.I. and in R.C.A.F, Then entered dentistry and married. Now too 

TIRED FOR SPORTS — WHY? 

2. MAX FLORENCE, Peterboro. 

The OTHER half of Fox when Mrs. Fox is not around. Never missed a red ball in the corner pocket. 
Will practise in Ottawa. 

3. AB GELMON, Preeceville, Sask. 

Enjoyed Ceylon courtesy of R.C.A.F. better than he does Hogtown. Called Pop, but has no children?? 

4. HAROLD J. HELLEN, Toronto . 

Past president of Pi Chapter. Will practise in Weston. 

5. BERNARD PHILIP MASS, Winnipeg. 

Old Man River, or Winnipeg's gift to Dentantics. Married. Will practise in Edmonton. 

6. IRV MEDNICK, Toronto. 

Says R.C. A.D.C. and marriage to a pharmacist are assets to any dental student. This proud papa will 

PRACTISE IN LeaSIDE. 

7. GORDON PERLMUTTER, Toronto. 

Prefers dentistry to baking. His love of travel drew him to North York to practise. \ beautiful 
nurse is a must in his office. 

8. NORMAN W. SHAUL, Toronto. 

Spent his honeymoon and first anniversary at A.O. conventions. "Do it right if at all. What sort 

OF "wRONGO ' ARE YOU-' " 

9. GEORGE J. STARR, Toronto. 

Divides his time between his wife Bess, basketball, his wife Bess, gags and his wife Bess. Our own 
Bob Hope. 

10. HARRY WINEBURG, Toronto. 

"Is that A NURSE OR A PATIENT, PLEASE TELL ME SiM. Oh , ITS ONLY HaRRY' THE JANITOR." 

1 1 . MARVIN POOK Y WOLCH, B. So. Winnipeg. 

Married a local belle and is taking her back to improve the population of Western Canada. 

12. PHIL ZAIDMAN, Toronto. 

Married. Never missed a lecture untilJune 1949. Now he's always late — wonder why.'! 



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TOP ROW: J. A. Beswick, S. Bogoch, R. M. Clark, Mrs. R. P. Field, J. W. Gillespie. 

THIRD ROW: D. I. Gove, R. F. Hetherington, R. M. Mines, W. B. Hick, E. E. Klein. 

SECOND ROW: D. B. McConachie, N. T. McPhedran, P. H. Melville, Miss Sylvia 
Ramcharan, J. F. Stewart. 

BOTTOM R0W:S. H. Witzel. 




Alpha Omega Alpha 

/TlPHA omega alpha is a non-secret College Medical Honour Society, 
Q/jLmembership in which is based entirely on scholarship, moral qualifications 
being satisfactory. Undergraduate members are chosen from the final two years of 
the Medical Course. 

Organized at the College of Medicine of the University of Illinois, in Chicago, on 
August 25th, 1902, by William W. Root, it is the only order of its kind in the 
Medical Schools of this continent. 

The spirit of the Society is set forth in its motto, "'To be worthy to serve the 
suffering' ' ; and in a modern interpretation of the Hippocratic Oath. It is the duty of 
its members to promote its ideals and to foster the scientific and philosophic features 
of the Medical Profession and to look beyond self to the welfare of the profession and 
public. It is also their duty to cultivate social mindedness as well as an individualis- 
tic attitude toward responsibilities; to show respect for their colleagues, elders and 
teachers; to foster research; and in all ways strive to enrich and ennoble the pro- 
fession of Medicine. 4- 



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Alpha Phi 



GRADUATES 

Sue Arratia 
Helene Cannon 
Joan Crysdale 
Jane Dillon 
Beverley Duncan 
Betty Hare 
Karlyn Mollis 
Dorothy Hunt 
Lois Kelly 
LiBBY MussoN 
Shirley Neilson 
Barbara Owens 
Barbara Robertson 
Olive-Jane Piper 
Jean Slack 
Jean Truemner 
Mary Tuckwell 
Dallis Woollings 



UNDERGRADUATES 



Jane Campbeli 
Mary Campbell 
Joan Candee 
Marilyn Craig 
Barbara Crane 
Diana Cook 
Patricia Delacourt 
Clare Forde 
Barbara Gill 
Margaret Leitch 



Margot Murray 
Elizabeth Patterson 
Shirley Pugh 
Nancy Robertson 
Catherine Ann Schade 
Sheila Smith 
Mary Walton 
Ann White 
Joan Wilkinson 
Fran Willsher 





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THIRD ROW: Phyllis Huehn, Hileen Dicker, Beverley Brockett, Barbara Armstron(., Diana 
Hunter, Phyllis Hewson, Margaret Haultain, Mary Carter, Barbara Berner, Elizabeth 
McKee. 

SECOND ROW: Jean Sanderson, Elizabeth McKay-, Katherine Vetter, Catherine Hoare, Joan-ann 
Graupner, Louise McCreath, Barbara Walls, Corinne Sims, Elizabeth Ysselstyn. 

FRONT ROW; Barbara Smithers, President; Mary Noad, Barbara Shannon, Betty May, Eileen 
Sheedy, Margaret Leslie, Mary Prior, Barbara Struthers. 

ABSENT: Ruth Hawley, Elizabeth King, Claire Jewett, Margaret Gibson. 



Alpha Omicron Pi 

DETA TAU Chapter's activities during the fall term included open house after 
two of the rugby games, and a successful Home Baking Sale, the proceeds of 
which were added to our Cerebral Palsy Fund which is the Philanthropic Project for 
all our Canadian Chapters. Our members also dressed dolls for a Settlement Christ- 
mas Tree. On December 8 our Founders' Day Banquet and initiation dance marked 
the closing of a busy fall term. 

This term we plan to have a spring dance and are working on a project for our 
House Fund. 4- 



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GRADUATES 
SECOND ROW: Arthur Schipper, Marvin Lipman, Marvin Lester, Seymour Purbin. 
FRONT ROW: Irving Herman, Harvey Foster, Gerald Newton, Gerald Kroll. 



Beta Sigma Rho 



EXECUTIVE 

H. Foster, Chancellor. 

A. Schipper, V ice-Chancellor. 

H. VoOEL, Scribe. 

G. Kroll, Auditor. 



PLEDGES 

Victor Beube 
Murray Camiss 
Walter Cohen 
Jerry Cooper 
Joe Goldenberg 
MuRPH Goldstein 
Norman Haber 
Norman Levine 
Alex Minden 
Sam Sarick 
Mendy Sharp 
Jack Shecter 
Fred Stein 
Len Taube 
Hersch Taylor 
Doug Roher 
Harold Seligman 



MEMBERS 

Irwin Atlin 
Marvin Auerback 
Sydney Banks 
Abe Black 
Sam Bogosh 
Sydney Burns 




Irving Cass 
Mickey Colomby 
Seymour Durbin 
Bill Freedman 
Jerry Freedman 
Jack Geller 
Bernard Gottlieb 
Marvin Goodman 
Irving Herman 
Harvey Kalef 
Marvin Lester 
Jerry Levine 
Marvin Lipman 
Max Milstone 
Jerry Newton 
Elliot Pepper 
Irv Pomerantz 
Bernard Rotstein 
Orin Safir 
Lawrence Samuels 
Robert Saunders 
Choc Silverstien 
Harold Stein 
Gerald Stitt 
Sigmund Vaile 
Morris Wasserman 
Monty Weisman 



486 



FRATERNITIES 




BETA THETA PI 

c^u^^' ^ ^ Newdick. O. S. Williams, W. M. Smale, G. C. M. Shier, W. L. Black, A. B. Donaldson. 
cruTDTu ■^ ^ ^™'^''' °- "■ RoxBOROUGH, D. D. Donaldson, A. W. Banfield, F. C. McLaughlin, W. E. Waters 

-r.,,,„ J '"^ '^- ^°**' ^- ^- SlaVENWHITE, H. I. MuRRAY, J. R. MiDDLETON, N. S. WiLSON, I. C. CoLWILL 

THIRD ROW: B. E. Moore, B. B. Corden, A. W. Reid, W, M. Rayner, J. Bliss, C. W. P. Van Norman 
^fS2.ND ROW: C. D. Minor, W. D. Ure, K. E. Snider, J. H. Mopfat, M. H. Schmitt, T. C. Carson 
BOTTOM ROW: R.J. Pe.^rsall, J. A. Br.\dshaw,J. E. Durran. 



487 



FRATERNITIES 




FOURTH ROW: G. D. Scroggie, E. Eberle, S. Webb, R. Dick, J. J. Golden, K. Fleming, F. Fell, 

W. B. Hagarty, S. Irvine. 
THIRD ROW: J. W. York, W. D. Russell, E. H. Hagarty, K. Laundy, T. M. Holden, G. Russell, 

G. S. Macdonald, R. Burnell, W. Calvin, J. A. Hoolihan. 
SECOND ROW: R. C. Rutherford, H. M. Howe, A. J. McComber, J. W. Whiteside, W. Schroeder, 

J. A. Beechie, M. a. Weller. 
FRONT ROW: M. McKague, J. G. Leslie, G. Crooks, W. M. Clark, J. Kerr, M. P. Thompson, 

D. Robinson. 
ABSENT: C. Beaton, R. Rohmer, D. B. Anderson. 

Delta Chi 

^WjELTA CHI is a fraternity made international by the Osgoode Hall Chapter. 
-L->^ Numbering 44 chapters throughout the United States, the Fraternity has 
developed greatly since its founding at Cornell University on October 15, 1890. 

Originally strictly in the legal field, Delta Chi yielded to the pressure of other 
professional groups and in 1923 became a general social fraternity. It was at this 
time that Delta Chi abolished the so-called "hell-week" of fraternity pledging, being 
the first international fraternity to do so. 

The Osgoode Chapter was chartered on Feb. 13, 1897. At the present time there 
are 44 active brothers including 16 men who were initiated this year. While drawing 
its members from all groups, it still maintains its legal flavor, the majority of its 
actives being graduates studying at Osgoode Hall. An attempt is made to balance 
the interests of all faculties, thus providing valuable cultured experience for all the 
members. 

A well-organized social life tempers the strictly academic atmosphere of the 
Chapter. Informal parties are held every Saturday night. Highlights among the 
special events are the Founders' Day Banquet on Oct. 15, the Santa Claus party for 
children, an elegant Christmas party, the Delta Chi Formal, a series of Alumni Teas 
for actives and friends and the Anniversary Dinner. 

This year Delta Chi entered the Inter-Fraternity Council for the first time. We 
look forward to an active participation with other groups in our pursuit of those 
things which make our professional and fraternal life worth while. 4 



488 



FRATERNITIES 



Delta Delta 
Delta 



INITIATES 

THIRD ROW: MoLLiE O'Brien, Oloa Stalker, 
Valerie Graham, Joyce Doan', Pat Beckett, 

AlLA FiLPPULA. 

SECOND ROW: Jean Arscott, Sylvia Skinner, 
Lib Little, Wesanne Anderson, Maro. 
Lalor. 

FRONT ROW: Kay Lang, Lil Rumisek. 




GRADUATES 

SECOND ROW: Mary Kitchen, Jean Cossar, Joy 
Van Camp, Jan Davis, Betty Jean Freel, 

FRONT ROW: Laurie Rafferty, Gwen Gerrard, 
Georgia Riddell, Gretchen Leibman, 
Audrey Addems, Mary Stackhouse, 
Eileen Jackson. 




489 



FRATERNITIES 



Delta Gamma 





THIS was another successful year for the 
Alpha Gamma chapter of Delta Gamma. 
The big project of the year was the Anchor Ball 
held at the Royal York Hotel. Members worked 
hard selling tickets and making decorations to 
make the dance a success. 

Again this year members of Delta Gamma 
took an active part in campus affairs. Those hold- 
ing offices on the W.U.A. were, Jane Ratz, 
President of the W.U.A. , Joan Irwin, Literary 
Director, Patricia Scott, Secretary, and Zaira 
Murray, Third Year President. Barbara Foreman 
was the secretary of the Physiotherapy Under- 
graduate Association. Active members of I.S.S. 
were Zaira Murray, Jane Findlay, Barbara 
Redfern, Margaret Milner, and Joanne Stoddart. 
Evelyn Howden took part in the Follies and Ross 
Creelman and Margaret Milner assisted in make- 
up. Mollie Doran was in the All-Varsity Review 
and Jane Findlay assisted in make-up. Joan and 
Jean Irwin sang in U.C.'s presentation of the Red 
Mill (Victor Herbert). Joanne Stoddart was an 
Assistant Editor on the Undergrad and Patty 
Scott was art editor. Others took part in sports 
and attended various clubs on the campus. Once 
again Delta Gamma congratulates itself on the 
wholehearted participation of its members in 
worthwhile activities on and off the campus. 

And those who are graduating will not forget 
the responsibilities they have assumed and the 
lasting friendships they have made during their 
four years as members of Delta Gamma. 4 




490 



FRATERNITIES 




Delta Kappa Epsilon 



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FOURTH ROW: R. V. Howson, I. S. Fraser, A. R. Cleverlev, D. F. .S. Coate, J. L. Cobban, 
W. A. CoRBETT, I. C. White, ]. E. Duff, W. G. D. Farmer, H. G. Thomson, W. P. Thomson, 
D. W. Wilson. 

THIRD ROW: J. P. McCarter, J. D. Webster, J. C. Barber, R. W. Hutcheson, H. H. Gilbert, 
D. S. Macdonald, G. D. Armstrong, J. G. Sladen, C D. Anderson, G. L. Mollenhauer, 
B. L. Thomas. 

SECOND ROW: H. R. Locke, E. D, Wigle, J. E. Hurst, H. D. Guthrie, S. L. Wigle, S. M. Toy, 
J. D. Stevenson, R. J. Hassard, E. R. hastie. 

FRONT ROW: D. W. Sparks, R. S. Harris, J. H. Whittaker, C. Loukras, D.J. Stalker, D.J. Eastmure, 
G. G. Whittaker, M.J. Dignam, J. D. T. Ainslie. 

ABSENT: H. Guthrie. 



491 



FRATERNITIES 





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EXECUTIVE 

Debby Goodless, Treasurer. 
Elva Miller, Corresponding Secrttary. 
Judy Clayman, Recording Secretary. 
Shera Factor, Pledge Mother. 
Eleanor Steinhart, Panhellenic Rep. 
Judy Bernstein, President. 



NEOPHYTES 

Pearl Breslin 
Bunny Drernig 
Helen Goldbach 
Edith Greenberg 
Shavon Kerbel 
Sybil Penny 
Gilda Perlman 
Molly Revzin 
Ruth Roseman 
YoNA Stern 
Evelyn Wellman 
Norma Zacks 



SORORS 

Judy Bernstein 
Judy Clayman 
Shera Factor 
Debby Goodless 
Thelma Grader 
Selma Green 
Joan Isaacson 
Evelyn Kallen 
Joyce Kerbel 
Lenore Kert 
Jenny Klotz 

SoNYA LaNDSBERG 

Elva Miller 
Peggy Parker 
Sally Rubenstein 
Lola Shaul 
Estelle Shore 
Eleanor Steinhart 
Ruth Wolch 



492 



FRATERNITIES 




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DELTA THETA CHAPTER 
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Delta Tau Delta 

^ I ^ELTA TAU DELTA was founded in 1858, a pioneer of the extensive present 
-Z—^day system of fraternities. The fraternity exists to enrich university life 
through the companionship of congenial friends with common interests, and with 
all faculties represented. 

Social functions are organized to provide entertainment; post-football parties, 
formals, etc. These however dwindle to a regrettable obscurity after Xmas. (One 
must pass you know.) 

We are proud of our members. Among them this year are a great number of 
outstanding students. Bob "I hate athletes" Fahrig, a real tough mining engineer, 
walked off with the Kennacott scholarship last year. Bob is, the grand old man of the 
fraternity; must be at least 38. The baby is Pfelps Bell, an aspiring pianist. Carne 
Bray (bull fiddle) and Murray Legge (trumpet) are also musicians but what sets them 
apart from Pfelps is the fact that they get paid. The BLUES were represented by Big 
Bill Scott who played centre, fumbled the ball occasionally but put up a pretty fair 
show. Jack Pulford, Brent Rowe and Derty Berty Bethune will be remembered for their 
cavorting in SkuleNite. Nor can we forget the excellent leadership afforded the Lady 
Godiva Memorial Band by Thomas Hormone Kenny, our penny snatching treasurer. 

By and large we are enjoying one of our finest years and are honoured and proud 
to be a small part of the life at the University of Toronto. 4- 



493 



FRATERNITIES 








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FRATERMITY 
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Delta Upsilon 



Christie Arnold, Constant Springs, Jamaica. 

John Arnold, Elmira, Ontario. 

Manuel de Atucha, Caracas, Venezuela. 

Gordon Bacque, Toronto. 

John Bowlby, Hamilton, Ontario. 

Lawrence Boyle, Toronto. 

John Burnie, Toronto. 

John Christilaw, Hamilton, Ontario. 

Kenneth Cumming, Toronto. 

John Davison, Shelbourne, Ontario. 

William Dingwall, Kenora, Ontario. 

John Evans, Toronto. 

Ross Fair, St. Catharines, Ontario. 

Peter Paris, Toronto. 

Michael Finnell, Pasadena, California. 

Ken Frid, Hamilton, Ontario. 

David Fry, Toronto. 

Robert Hutchison, Fort William, Ontario. 

Douglas Kent, Toronto. 



Robin LeSueur, Sarnia, Ontario. 

William Malony, Winnipeg, Manitoba. 

John Mathers, Toronto. 

Campbell Miller, St. Thomas, Ontario. 

Harold Murphy, Toronto. 

Charles Palmer, Toronto. 

Hugh Peacock, Montreal, Quebec. 

David Peat, Hamilton, Ontario. 

Paul Philp, Hamilton, Ontario. 

Ronald Pigoott, Hamilton, Ontario. 

Ken Pottier, Hamilton, Ontario. 

Douglas Ramsay, Regina, Saskatchewan. 

William Rankin, Toronto. 

Scott Scroggins, Gait, Ontario. 

Ian Van Praagh, Toronto. 

Richard Van Praagh, Toronto. 

Derek Walton, Sao Paulo, Brazil. 

Hugh Zimmerman, Toronto. 

Richard Zimmerman, Toronto. 



494 



FRATERNITIES 



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495 



FRATERNITIES 




TOP ROW: Mary Hepburn, Helen Moore, Joan Sheppard, 

Beth Thompson, Beverly Fox. 
SECOND ROW: Sheilagh Collins, Joan Bagsley, Margaret 

FiRKY. 



TOP ROW: Margo McKinnon, Mary Hepburn, Diana 
Nesbitt, Sheilagh Collins. 
"At Piano" — Doreen Miller. 




Alpha Alpha Chapter 



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Joan Bagsley, Mrs. Breithaupt, Mm;, J nl \\ }tK, 
|[|(at founder's day banquet). 




TOP ROW: Ann Spence, Beth Thompson, Helen Moore, 

Margo McKinnon. 
AROUND CIRCLE: Joan Bagsley, Gordon Wharry, 

Katherine Currie, Marilyn Doan, Pat Broad, Diana 

Nesbitt, Joan Sheppard, Margaret Firky, [Beverly 

Fox. 



TOP ROW: Mary Jane Wier, Barbara Bales, Jean 
McEacheran, Ann Spence, President; Beth McEacheran, 
Beth Thompson, Helen Moore, Margo McKinnon. 

SECOND ROW: Joan Sheppard, Pat Broad, Doreen Millar, 
Sheilagh Collins. 



496 



FRATERNITIES 



Iota Alpha Pi 



THIRD ROW: Rai Direnfeld, BessRutman, Zara Gittelson, 
Bella Lasowsky, Effie Hahn. 

SECOND ROW: Ruth Henerofsky, Dorothy Greenbloom, 
Gloria Herman. 

FRONT ROW: Claire Binder, Goldie Brenman, Lorraine 
Faibish, Barbara Weinberg. 




THIRD ROW: Rai Direnfeld, BessRutman. 

SECOND ROW: Claire Binder, Zara Gittleson. 

FRONT ROW: Goldie Brenman, Ruth Henerofsky, Dorothy 
Greenbloom. 



SECOND ROW: Bess Rutman, Zara Gittleson, Barbara 
Weinberg, Gloria Herman, Lorraine Faibish. 

FIRST ROW: Rai Direnfeld, Ruth Henerofsky, Claire 
Binder, Dorothy Greenbloom, Goldie Brenman. 



ABSENT: Polly Feigman, Goldie Lewis, Gladys Kagan, 
Belle Freeman, Shirley Halberstadt, Doreen 
Weinstock. 




497 



FRATERNITIES 



Kappa 




Alpha 



Founded 1825 




FOURTH ROW: W. C. Lawrence, R. D. Fullerton, R. G. Bertram, P. L. E. Goering, H. D. Williams, 
A. R. Mercer, G. A. Payne, J. W. Hardie, R. B. N. McBurney, W. H. Batten. 

THIRD ROW: A. E. Roberts, D. W. Fulford, A. H. Frankel, P. H. R. Alley, N. G. Ross, H.H.Vernon, 
J. R. Simpson, T. W. Lawson, D. A. H. Snowdon, M. C. Hawkins, A. H. Austin, D. S. Kent. 

SECOND ROW: B. R. Harvey, J. A. MacDonald, H. McMillan, D. H, Crawford, C. A. Forbes, 
W. A. Firstbrook, D. a. MacWilliam, F. A. Lawson, N. R. Paterson. 

FRONT ROW: J. D. Sibbald, R. D. Butterfield, D. R. Byers, M. B. Mairs, A. C. B, Wells, J. E. Bahen, 
W. M. Cox, C. G. Paterson, G. L. Toppin. 

ABSENT: D. Glen. 



498 



FRATERNITIES 



Kappa Sigma 



FACING THE WORLD, 

KAPPA SIG'S GRADUATES OF 5TO 

SECOND ROW: Fred Bottome, Hal Philp, Easy 
Knight. 

FRONT ROW: George Nablo, Don Templeman, 
Herb Lincoln, Ian MacMillan. 



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NEW FACES FOR '50 

SECOND ROW: Pete Dunlop, Ken Noxen, 
Eric O'Rourke, John Fancy. 

FRONT ROW: George Nablo, Dale McCarthy, 
Bob Blount, Jack Dunlop. 




499 



FRATERNITIES 




THIRD ROW: C. C. Husband, R. W. McDowell, I. \V . Hullinosworih, \V. A. Whalen, R. H. O'Grady, 
F. Servos, J. W. Craven, R. B.Jones, V. R. Perry, T. R. Walton, J. T. Sheppard, C. R. Leachman. 

SECOND ROW: J. T. Hogarth, F. W. White, D. P. Jones, A. H. Stevens, W. B. Duncan, 
J. D. Roseborough, H. B. McPhail. 

FRONT ROW: D. H. Scott, J. B. Blanshard, J. S. Murray, L. S. Evans, D. W. Goudie. - 



Lambda Chi Alpha 



THE Lambda Chi Alpha Fraternity was founded at Boston University in 1909- 
Since that time Lambda Chi Alpha has grown to be one of the foremost Inter- 
national Fraternities. It is represented at 130 colleges including Canadian Chapters 
in Alberta, Toronto, British Columbia, and McGill. The Chapter on this campus, 
Epsilon-Epsilon, was established in 1927 from a local Fraternity, Alpha Epsilon, 
founded in 1916. 

The Chapter has always been active on the campus and this year many members 
are on the executives of various University organizations. Athletics are well repre- 
sented in the House and the Alumni roll contains many holders of Varsity "T's". 

The most widely known of the Chapter's social functions is the Sweetheart Rally. 
This is a traditional occasion on which the Chapter selects a Sweetheart and per- 
forms a crowning ceremony in front of the Chapter House after the Toronto- Western 
football game. Needless to say, at each ceremony "a grand time is had by all'. 

Participation in activities of the Inter-Fraternity Council plays a large part in the 
Chapter life. The House is well represented in the Council sports league as we "do or 
die for Lambda Chi". 

It is to be noted that the House is now completely owned by the Chapter and 
plans for an expansion of facilities are on the blue-prints ... so look to Lambda Chi 
for bigger things in the coming years. 4- 



500 



FRATERNITIES 



Nu Sigma Nu 




TOP ROW: S. T. Bain, P. E. Blundell, J. E. Boone, R.J. Caldwell, A. H. Cole, L. L. DeVeber, G. A. Duthie. 
FIFTH ROW: E. P. Edmunds, R. H. D. Farmer, D. E. Gamble, J. D. Gibson, W. G. Grant, F. E. A. Griffiths,]. F. Haley. 
FOURTH ROW: W. K. Hobbs.J. D. Horan, J. G. Humphrey, R. D. Hunter, R. E.Johnston, H. W. Keller, P .W. Lapp. 
THIRD ROW: D.J. Lewis, J. A. MacDonald, R. K. Miller, F. L. Moffatt,J. K. Murray, K.J. Mustard, R. L. Perkin. 
SECOND ROW: D. A. Sarjent, D. R. F. Smith, D. H. Smith, R. L. Smith, D. W. Storey, W. E. Sullivan, R E. Tindale. 
BOTTOM ROW: R. R. Toews, W. C. Trusler, J. B. Wynne. 



501 



FRATERNITIES 



Phi Chi 




TOP ROW: R. B. Allman, A. B. Arscott, E.J. Beaton, R. B.J. Best, R. Billings, J. A. Brayley, D. Brodie. 

FIFTH ROW: D. Y. Caldwell, J. T. Colquhoun, K. I. Deckert, J. A. Deyill, G. H. Echert, F. E. Eggleton, C. M. Elliot. 

FOURTH ROW: M. E. Fair, K. Firman, D. M. Fraser, F. C. Hamilton, R. B. Harris, J. Hefler, W. R. Laidlaw. 

THIRD ROW: A. S. Lundquist, W. MacKenzie, A.J. Malcolm, D. McCowie, M. McKay, N.P. Montgomery, B.H. Morrison. 

SECOND ROW. P.L.Morton, H. A. Mustard, W.E. Noonan, D. A. Pelton, D. R. Pushman, W. A.Renwick, 
R L. Richardson, H. A. Richmond. 

BOTTOM ROW: J.Roome,J. B. Sullivan, J. E.Sullivan, A. Talbot, J. J. Temple, J. A. Weir, J. L. White, B. H. Witterick. 



502 



FRATERNITIES 




Figi Chief 

D. G COBURN 

Figi Grad Stew 

K R F. HETHERINGTON 
2. R. M, BARFORD 
3^ J H SHIRRIFF 
4. W. L. BOLAND 
5 W. P. G. ALLEN 

6, J, J. HIRKKNSHAW 

7, G. A. CUMMINGS 

8, D. R, DYMENT 
9 G. M. FARQUHARSON 

10. vV. B. REYNOLDS 

11. H. A. A. ROSE 

12. G. A. LAWRENCE 

13. A. G. BARNES 

14. T. R. B CLARKE 

15. W. A. BUIK 

16. R. D. SCYTHES 

17. H. R. HAYMAN 

18. W. G. WHITTAKER 

19. G. BOAKE 

20. J. T. OSBORNE 

Lovely Bunch of Cocoanuts 

21. D. YATES 

22. A. A. W. STANLEY 

23. K. LEWIS 

24. J. R. G. HUNTER 

25. E. A. NUGENT 

26. R. C. A. MILLS 

27. B. R. B. COLBERT 

28. J. G. KEENLYSIDE 

29. H. B. KEENLYSIDE 

30. B. C. BONE 

31. J. D. ALLIN 
32 J. C. A. WILSON 

33. A. B. SYLVESTER 

34. E. C. P. HENDERSON 

35. R. S. FOWLER 

36. D. E. BOAKE 

37. IAN MEIKLEHAM 

38. R. WILSON 

39. D DYMENT 

40. P HEYLAND 

41. J. LITTLE 

42. K. CARSON 

43. J JENNER 

44. D. MADDOCK 

45. G. HAYMAN 

46. W. FULLERTON 

47. W. COLES 
H. SIMPSON 

49. D. ARMITAGE 

50. R. L. NEFF 



503 



FRATERNITIES 




Phi Delta Theta 




FOURTH ROW: F. C. Pim, D. H. E. Cross, V. B. Sefton, A. C. Annis, R. G. Ryan, R. E. Keen, 
R. J. Miller, L. T. Smith, D. I. Sprague, J. R. Gray, R.J. Houston, N. L. Spencer. 

THIRD ROW: M. S. Archibald, C. H. Smith, G. W. Brigden, W. J. Hutcheson, J. G. Cowan, 
R. J. W. McPherson, J. B. Livingston, J. W. Martyn, G. T. Bailey, C. G. Sale. 

SECOND ROW: J. M. Simon, D. V. Willoughby, R. F. C. Hiscox, D. P. Thomas, D. M. Martyn, 
S. B. Hogg, C. L. Rodgebs. 

FRONT ROW: R. N. Waterous, E. F. Hill, G. N. Standing,]. A. Hilliker. 



504 



FRATERNITIES 




Founded : 

Miami University 1848 

Active Chapters: 108 



Ontario Alpha: 1906 
Chapter Roll: 396 



FRATRES 
IN FACULTATE 

Duncan Archibald Graham 
Clarence B. Farrar 
Harold Dewitt Ball 
Alexander Thom Cringan 
John Harry Ebbs 
William Bray Spaulding 
William Clare Wonders 



FRATRES 
IN AULE OSGOODE 

Richard Goodman Burt 
Le\vis Alexander Rodgers 



FRATRES 
IN UNIVERSITATE 



Arthur Clifton Annis 
Malcolm Stockton Archibald 
George Thornton Bailey 
George William Brigden 
James Grant Cowan 
Dalton Harvey Erickson Cross 
Frederick Bryson Farrill 
John Russell Gray 
Earle Forrest Hill 
John Arthur Hilliker 
Robert Franklin Hiscox 
Stanton Bardsley Hogg 
John Richard Houston 
William John Hutcheson 
Robert Edmund Keene 
John Bradner Livingston 
Donald Murray Martyn 



John Walter Martyn 
Robert John William McPherson 
Robert James Miller 
Frederick Charles Pim 
Richard Gordon Ryan 
Charles George Sale 
Verner Blakey Sefton 
John Murray Simon 
Clark Hamilton Smith 
Leon Thurston Smith 
Norman Leonard Spencer 
Donald Innes Sprague 
George Norman Standing 
Douglas Pritchard Thomas 
Richard Norman Waterous 
Donald Victor Willoughby 
James Basil Craig 



505 



FRATERNITIES 



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506 



FRATERNITIES 




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507 



FRATERNITIES 




Phi Kappa Pi 



C. A. Ashley 
V. W. Bladen 
G. W. Brown 
R. M. W. Chitty 
A. F. Coventry 
George Edison 
RuGGLEs George 



FRATRES IN FACULTATE 



G. P. deT. Glazebrook 

HA. Hunter 

R. F. McRae 

Sir E. C. MacMillan 

S. E. Smith 

John Willis 



FRATRES IN AULE OSGOODE 



j. T. Desbrisay 
G. D. Finlayson 
K. D. Finlayson 



R. S. Montgomery 
R. W. Morris 
R. W. Summerby 



FRATRES IN UNIVERSITATE 



E.J. Anderson 
E. R. Case 

C. R. Catto 

D. W. Cockburn 
G. E. Eyford 

C. E. Ftck 
T. G. Guest 
J. W. Hughes 
J. P. Hurton 

E. B. Hutchins 
J. K. Lambie 
R. F. Lane 

P. A. Lapp 

G. W. Lightstone 



D. D. Lockhart 

A. A. McKay 

D. G. Malcolm 

W. B. Maynard 

G. K. M. Montizambert 

W.J. Mullen 

L. S. M. Partridge 

J. W. B. Redford 

P. L. Rondeau 

W. M. P. Ross 

J. V. Siren 

H. B. Smith 

W. A. Throop 

K. P. Watson 



508 



FRATERNITIES 




509 



FRATERNITIES 



Pi Lambda Phi 



CANADA ALPHA CHAPTER 



Established at Toronto 1922 




THIRD ROW: H. Daitor, H. Wolfe, J. Silvert, C. Bergman, M. Perlman, H. Steinberg, R. Berg, 
S. Gilbert, B. Wise, R. Masters, M. Cooper, A. Pulver, C. Halpern, H. Solway, G. Freeman, 

M. TORGOV. 

SECOND ROW: R. Winberg, S. Lipson, M. Sprachman, I. Pasternak, D. Greisman, B. Abbott, R. Lorie, 
G. Fine, E. Gruson, B. Loftus, L. Simpson, A. Lewis, W. Buckler. 

FRONT ROW: M. Brown, S. Fagan, S. Kofman, N. Schipper, S. Sigal, H. Nashman, M. Sussman, 
M. Brodey, M. Yolles, M. Tanz, S. Rudolph, B. Brown, A. Cooper, G. Weinberg, S. Kleganoff, 

S. Greben. 



510 



FRATERNITIES 



Sigma Chi 




TOP ROW: J. M. Anderson, G, R. Barclay, P. P. Bernhardt, C. G. Brown, E. C. Brown, D. S. Cheadle, J. A. Christensen. 
FIFTH ROW: A. A. Coles, P. Dalton, A. F. Dewey, J. T. W. Dyke, T. M. Fielder, R. A. Fisher, W. Fleming. 
FOURTH ROW: F.J. Greene, J. C. Griffiths, L. W. Hamilton, A. Houston, R. D.Johnston, C.J. Kennedy, J. L. Ladell. 
THIRD ROW: W. N. Lloyd, B. D. MacDonald, D. A. McLean, B. F. Merwin, J. H. Moran, T. W. Muir, H. Munro. 
SECOND ROW: J. Neil, K. G. Perkins, A. R. Purvis, R. G. Rumble, J. M. M. Simpson, G. F. Slater, H. A. Smith 
BOTTOM ROW: J. H. Smith, E. P. Snider, R. M. Sutherland, B. R. Walker,]. P. Wickware. 



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Psi Upsilon 




THIRD ROW: W. E. Ogden, W. J. Deslauriers, J. R. Dickson, E. P. Strickland, T. R. Dryden, 
R. K. LuDwicK, T. L. Morrison, G. F.J. Osbaldeston,S. J. Knight, G. R. Williams, W. G. Glover, 
F. T. Denton, F. W. Callaghan. 

SECOND ROW: G. V. Tovell, G. W. Irving, A. Dancy, W.J. Gregus, M. K. Irwin, M. E. Downing, 
J. B. Watson, T. M. Riley, R. O. Howie, R. C. MacGillivray, G. C. Bell, C. W. Blight, R. Stamp. 

FRONT ROW: D. C. Teskey, D. H. Scott, J. A. Tory. J. M, Tory, Recordi>?g Secretary: A. M. Austin, 
House Manager; T. R. Hanley, President: D. W. Hillhouse, Corresponding Secretary: Des. R. Grieves- 
DixoN, Master of the Revels; G.J. Osbaldeston, M. W. Saunders, Treasurer; W. D. Swan. 



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Psi Upsilon 



Founded — Union College, 1833 

University of Toronto, 1920 



/N 1900 a group of students at the University of Toronto banded together in a 
local fraternity, the Chi Delta Psi, with the hope of eventually obtaining a charter 
from the then well established Psi Upsilon Fraternity. Disregarding other offers of 
international affiliation, the members of Chi Delta Psi persisted in their quest until, 
after twenty years, the fraternity became the Nu Chapter of Psi Upsilon. Since the 
granting of the charter, the chapter has actively represented Psi Upsilon on the 
University of Toronto campus. The undergraduate brothers look with pride at the 
achievements and service rendered to our country and University by the graduate 
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Sigma Nu 



/J FTER twenty-seven years of successful operation as an independent fraternity 
under the name of Kappa Rho Tau, this group last year became associated with 
one of the larger college fraternal organizations, when it became affiliated with 
Sigma Nu. The pictures on this page are indicative of the variety of activities and 
the wholesome good-fellowship which are enjoyed by the forty-eight active under- 
graduate members of our organization and their friends at the Chapter House, 506 
Huron Street. 4- 



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FOURTH ROW: D. J. A. Caven, R. E. Sparrow, J. H. Milne, W. N. Henderson, D. H. Weir. J. D. Klein. 

R. P. Holmes, D. A. W. Sime, W. D Campbell. 
THIRD ROW: R. L. MacDonald, S. C. Howard, D. B. Mitchell, A. R. Oliver, G. D. Arnot, 

M. K. Shelley, M. A. Morassutti, W. B. Hanley, D. R. Evans. 
SECOND ROW: R. W. Nicholls, J. A. Bowden, J. G. K. McKelvey, C. B. Wrong, J. H. Knowles, 

L. T. Brouse, R. H. Morris, R. A. MacKinnon, M. C. Dobbin. 
FRONT ROW: J.D. TooGOOD, W.G. Francis, TO. Barnes, L. K. Lodge, R. A. Martin, J. T. Dickson. 
ABSENT: N. D. Fox. 



Theta Delta Chi 




J. H. Knowles, President; Keith Lawrence, P.G.L.; 
Norm Hackett, Secretary; Lionel Brouse, Toastmaster. 



I HIS year will see a large num- 
ber of Theta Delts from Lamb- 
da Deuteron graduating and taking 
with them college and fraternity 
experiences and memories. Special 
credit and thanks are due President 
Knowles for the fine achievements 
through the year and congratula- 
tions to those brothers who were 
standouts athletically. 4" 



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Zeta Psi 




FOURTH ROW: M. B. Beatty, C. P. Cameron, D. M. Robertson, R. J. Whitehead, R. M. Grills, 
L. S. O'Brian, J. B. Whitten, E. M. Leuty, C. R. B. Salter, B. A. Howard, J, M. Armour. 

THIRD ROW: J. W. Austin Jr., J. A. McVittie, T. A. Doran, R. H. Sadleir, J. A. Maunder 
W. I. M. Turner Jr., P. M. Turner, H. L. Wrong, T. M. H. Hall, D. H. Wishar't. 

SECOND ROW: J. W. Biddell, W. L. Heisey, J. K. Armour, R. C. S. Wise, S. D. Woodruff, 
S. Heighington, M. B. Osborne, H. P. Wright, I. F. Morch, A. H. Zimmerman, G. F. Brooks. 

FRONT ROW: R. H. Railton, T. H. B. Symons, H. R. Lawson, W. P. Skinner, J. W. Linklater, 
D.J. W. Little, R. S. McLennan, J. E. Leishm.\n. D. N. Greey. 



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Zeta Psi Founded: 1847 
Chapter Founded: 1879 



No. Active Chapters: 32 
Chapter Roll: 45 



FRATRES IN FACULTATE 



Dr. R. G. Armour 
Dr. E. H. Botterel 
Dr. Wm. Boyd 
e. l. dodington 
L. S. Dodington 
P. B. Hughes 
Dr. H. H. Hyland 



Dr. a. B. Mesurier 

Chester Martin 

Dr. H. E. Rykert 

|. J. Spence 

'Dr. D. E. S. Wishart 

Brig. MacKenzie Waters 

Dr. James Ross 

Dr. p. H. Greey 



FRATRES IN UNIVERSITATE 



J. H. Addison 
J. K. Armour 
J. M. Armour 
J. W. Austin 
R. Bazos 
M. B. Beatty 

J. W. RiDDELL 

G. F. Brooks 

C. P. Cameron 
T. A. Dor an 

D. N. Greey 
R. M. Grills 
T. M. H. Hall 
S. Heighington 
W. L. Heisey 

B. A. Howard 
H. R. Lawson 
J. E. Leishman 
J. W. Linklater 

E. M. Leuty 
D. J. W. Little 
R. S. McLennan 



J. \. Maunder 

J. D. McVlTTIE 

H. Meredith 
J. F. Morch 
L. J. G. Norle 
L. S. O'Brian 
M. B. Osborne 
R. H. Railton 
D. H. Robertson 
R. H. Sadleir 
C. R. B. Salter 
W. P. Skinner 
T. H. B. Symons 
P. M. Turner 
W. M. Turner Jr. 
R. J. Whitehead 
J. B. Whitten 
R. A. S. Wise 
H. D. Wright 
H. L. Wrong 
A. H. Zimmerman 



FRATRES IN AULE OSGOODE 



T. E. Clarke 
P. F. Greer 
F. A. M. HuYKE 
F. H. J. Lamar 
P. H. Ridout 



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XI PSI PHI 



TOP ROW : G. 7. Milne, P:esiJi„r; \. G. Andrews, V,ce-Preude,U; W. R. Morris, Secrcrary; J. L. Ainger, Treasurer; 

L. r, Oldfield, House Manager; C. E. J. Forler, Eiinor. 
FOURTH ROW: A. M. Addems,J. G. Aggett, A. G. Aluson, N. F. Anderson,]. M. Armitage. H. A. Benson, D. F. Brown, 

H. C. BUGDEN. 

THIRD RO\y: W. A. Burgman, H. Campbell. J. M. Carefoot, J. E. Graff, L. E. Hastings, B. W. Herod, V. A. Herron, 

R. A. Hunt. 
SECOND ROW: J. G. Millar, M. R. Millar. W. R Moore, R. W. Mulvin, D. A. Norbury, D. B. Palmer, I. Perdicaris, 

W.J. Pritchard. 
BOTTOM ROW: H. W. Shanks, C. Stickel, W. C. Waid, R. J. Wainright, C. E Webster, N. H. Webster, R. C. Weegar, 

1. C White. 



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